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Lockdown 1.0 encrypts data with OpenSSL

updated 04:40 pm EST, Sat March 8, 2008

Lockdown 1.0 encrypts data

Northern Softworks recently unveiled LockDown 1.0, its new software that allows users to encrypt their files and data. LockDown makes use of OpenSSL to provide six encryption ciphers, which the developer claims are "industrial strength". Users simply drag-and-drop their data onto the application, and LockDown can even function with the clipboard. Northern Softworks is currently selling Lockdown 1.0 for $10 from its website.




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  1. sixcolors

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    So...

    it's a GUI front-end to existing tools installed already?

    Why would I pay $10 for this?

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    truecrypt

    why not use truecrypt instead? Its free and is multi platform.

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