MEO Encryption Software
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What is MEO Encryption Software?
MEO Encryption Software installs a free program on the computer that basically enables the user to encrypt and decrypt files. As an encryption tool, the software is able to encrypt any type of document, ensuring that the document will not be accessed by unauthorized personnel.
It utilizes two encryption algorithms, namely Blowfish and 3-Des, to secure data. The user has the option to create a self-decrypting file to allow the recipient to view the file even without a decryption program installed on their PC.
When the program is launched, three options are provided to the user: Encrypt files, Encrypt an email, and Decrypt a file. In addition to encrypting the file, the user is also provided with an option to attach a password to thee encrypted file.
To encrypt a file, the user does not need to launch the program first. They can right-click on a file in its folder location or application window, and then select the encrypt option.
MEO Encryption Software is available for Windows and Mac machines. A separate version is available for each platform. The program can be used for free, for non-commercial purposes only.
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File types supported by MEO Encryption Software
About file types supported by MEO Encryption Software
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Last updated: : April 17, 2013