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What is EncryptOnClick?

EncryptOnClick from 2BrightSparks, is an encryption and decryption program that works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 7 and Windows 8. In order to encrypt something, users only need to select the file or folder through the program’s interface and instruct the software to begin encryption. All encryption carried out by the program users the 256-bit AES military-grade protocol and all encrypted files are compressed at the same time to reduce their size. The user is asked to specify the password for the files before the process is concluded and is made to enter it twice for safety.

The program is also a decryption and extraction tool, so encrypted or archived files created with other software can be opened with it. If the program finds that the file being decrypted is in a temporary directory, it will also prompt the user to choose whether or not to perform the process there or send the results to a new location. It has both a GUI and command line option and has a comprehensive help document packaged into it. It also has full Unicode support.

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File types supported by EncryptOnClick

Our users primarily use EncryptOnClick to open these file types:

About file types supported by EncryptOnClick

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Last updated: : June 22, 2014