Secret Layer – Data Hiding (Steganography) Software Giveaway – 10 License Keys
Go beyond password protection security. You can hide confidential data into images without changing image properties except size. Share images containing hidden data like normal. Secret Layer Pro (worth $45) lets you encrypt your data and then hide that encrypted data in ordinary images, like the ones used every day on all websites, Facebook and email attachments. We are giving away 10 license keys (worth $450) of Secret Layer Pro. Lucky winners will be announced after 5th December 2012.
You can save or send encrypted files anywhere. Just make it password protected (e.g. password protected rar or zip archive) and send. But every time you send encrypted files, you’re taking a risk: you draw attention to the data inside. Prying eyes know that if you have something to encrypt, you have something to hide. It’s like putting a massive lock on a suitcase and then leaving it out in the open place — people start wondering what the big fuss is for. And what if the “people” are hackers or identity thieves?
It’s not enough to encrypt your documents. For real protection, you have to hide data itself from plain sight.
SecretLayer – Using Data Extracting Wizard
SecretLayer – Using Data Hiding Wizard
Encrypt and Hide Confidential Data
Secret Layer Pro supports following encryption of data:
Encryption type: AES, Key length: 128, 196, 256 (bits)
Encryption type: Blowfish, Key length: 128, 196, 256, 384, 448 (bits)
Encryption type: Cast-128, Key length: 40, 64, 128 (bits)
Encryption type: Cast-256, Key length: 128, 160, 192, 224, 256 (bits)
Encryption type: DES, Key length: 64 (bits)
Encryption type: IDEA, Key length: 128 (bits)
Encryption type: RC5, Key length: 64, 128, 192, 256, 384, 448, 512, 1024, 1536, 2040 (bits)
Encryption type: Twofish, Key length: 128, 192, 256 (bits)
A container with the encrypted data is hidden inside of an ordinary-looking image. This is all done automatically and in the background: you don’t have to do anything extra.
Hidden Data Transfer Benefit
Any time you transfer an encrypted file to someone by email, Skype, or another method, anyone on your network can see that you’re transferring something encrypted. But when you hide your data in a image, to everyone else it looks like you’re uploading another photo to the web, just like billions of other people. In other words, your photo can slip away in the crowd, no different from everyone else.
Processor: 2.0 GHz
RAM: 512 Mb (Recommended 2GB)
Hard disk: 25 Mb of available disk space.
Supported Operating Systems
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