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The Electronic Frontier Foundation aims to protect Web traffic by encrypting the entire Internet using HTTPS. Chrome now puts a little warning marker in the Address Bar next to any non-secure HTTP address. Encryption is important, and not only for Web surfing. If you encrypt all of the sensitive documents on your desktop or laptop, a hacker or laptop thief won’t be able to steal your identity, or takeover your bank account, or perhaps steal your credit card information. To help you select an encryption product that’s right for your situation, we’ve rounded up a collection of current products.

 

Available Encryption Software to protect your information assets:

 

Folder Lock can lock access to files for quick, easy protection, and also keep them in encrypted lockers for serious protection. It combines a wide range of features with a bright, easy-to-use interface. Read the full review ››

 

Cypherix PC creates encrypted volumes for storing your sensitive files. Lock the volume and nobody can access the files. It does the job, though it lacks secure deletion. Read the full review ››

 

Cypherix SecureIT  handles the basic task of encrypting and decrypting files and folders in a workmanlike fashion, but it lacks advanced features offered by the competition.  Read the full review ››