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What are people saying about Kryptel Standard

internet explorer Verification step sounds great, but protection against corruption and crashes sounds almost too good to be true. How can they do that? Does it store more than one copy of the encryption and compare?
Jul 11 2012 at 5:14am Copy Link
bob roos What happens to the original (unencrypted) file? It was sitting on the HD in the clear and now there is an encrypted COPY?
Jul 11 2012 at 5:22am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff internet explorer:
re: protection against crashes. It's quite realistic. The program just don't delete anything until the resulting encrypted file is closed and verified. If the computer crashes in process, you have intact source files.

re: protection against corruption. There is no absolute protection of course. The program just allows recovering what's possible from corrupted containers:

I must say that Derek incorrectly mentioned protection against corruption. It's a feature of the Enterprise Edition. The Standard Edition does not write recovery markers.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 5:46am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff bob roos: After encryption is completed, the program securely destroys the source files (would be useless otherwise, wouldn't it?). See also:
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 5:48am Copy Link
Tim Kahlon How does this compare with Axcrypt?
Jul 11 2012 at 5:54am Copy Link
Watcher1924 Can we register the portable version more than once? During the only time it allowed me to see the license tab it was saying that the license doesn't expire but also that the subscription expires in August (8th, I think). Every time I try to get to the the activation or license tab through the "about" menu command it shows absolutely nothing and every time I run LicenseManager.exe directly it says something about "invalid argument". I reinstalled the program a couple of times (the portable edition; I haven't installed the desktop one at all), and I used different folder but nothing! BTW, is there any clue in the "about" window wether the program is activated?
Jul 11 2012 at 6:23am Copy Link
David Mc It says Subscription valid till August 8, 2012 but license never expires.
Something is not clear.
Jul 11 2012 at 6:26am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Watcher1924 and David Mc: License never expires, and you can activate your copy anytime. 'Subscription' is period when you can receive free updates. This is free giveaway so it includes reduced 4 weeks free update period. Of course you can extend your subscription if you wish to receive updates after 8/8/2012.

David Mc: Unzip the portable version's archive to the root of your USB drive. Then double click Kryptel.exe, it's the only exe file in the root folder. It should show the activation window. If it doesnt, please write to our support (a screenshot would help a lot).
P.S. The argument for LicenseManager.exe is "kryptel" (without quotes).
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 7:04am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Tim Kahlon: No idea. I checked their website and there indeed are many similar features. It's up to you to decide what program you like more.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 7:07am Copy Link
Jay Softer In the EULA the developer is asking that you agree to their gathering of various kinds of information about you and your computer.
I do not know about you folks, but to me it is a big turnoff.
I obviously aborted the installation. Thanks but no thanks this time.
Jul 11 2012 at 12:55pm Copy Link
Tony N Hi,
Can I have the Kryptel encrypted folders in the Truecrypt container?
and open/decrypt those folders in that TC container
Jul 11 2012 at 12:56pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff jay softer: We don't gather 'various kinds of information' about our customers or their computers. The 'information' mentioned in the EULA is customer name and email. We get more data in case of a credit card order but in your case it's only name and email. We don't collect any other information; we don't send advertising; we don't give customers' emails to other parties.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 2:00pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Tony N: Sure, why not. Kryptel containers are just ordinary files, you can handle them like any other files - copy, move, delete. encrypt again, whatever.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 2:02pm Copy Link
internet explorer In the interests of full disclosure to the extent possible, could you state the kind of encryption kryptel uses, please? That would give a more complete means of comparison to others like TrueCrypt. Thanks in advance.
Jul 11 2012 at 5:20pm Copy Link
Yudha Yan Kusuma Can not activate Kryptel with the registration code received.
Jul 11 2012 at 10:03pm Copy Link
Code It's a beautiful program. thank you :)
Jul 11 2012 at 11:07pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff internet explorer: You can find complete technical info on our web site:
If you don't find any answer there, feel free to ask.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 11:37pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Yudha Yan Kusuma: 1) Read again the enclosed README file, 2) use the Customer ID code to activate the program, not your name, email, etc. Customer ID is a string of digits looking like 1234-56789-01234. If nothing helps, contact support please.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 11:40pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Code: Thank you :)
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 11 2012 at 11:42pm Copy Link
Jay Softer Thank you Andre Stoeff for your explanation. I am now going to install and try Kryptel. Much appreciated :)
Jul 12 2012 at 12:27am Copy Link
Peter Mauzey On a Windows 7 home premium PC, I tried putting the
portable version on the hard drive (not on a removable
drive). Executing Kryptel.exe gives a box with label
"Kryptel Browser" and containing: "Unable to complete
Kryptel installation. The system cannot find the file specified."
Perhaps the portable version would work on a removable
Jul 12 2012 at 12:28am Copy Link
Watcher1924 @Edmorano Andersen, I don't know if you are right (although I have already posted about the issues I have with the program) but your comment was one of the most funny things I've read in the internet!
Jul 12 2012 at 12:46am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Peter Mauzey: the portable version should run ok from a fixed drive if you unpack it to the root directory, but the idea itself looks strange. The portable version lacks many functions because portability is a very limiting requirement. Why use reduced portable version if you have complete desktop one?
Inv Softworks LLC - Jul 12 2012 at 1:00am Copy Link
Danny Is this free version offered with a stripped-down features and with restrictions than a just purchased license?
Jan 9 2013 at 12:48am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff No, it's a commercial version with 180 days update & support subscription (180 days is period for free updates, the program itself never expires).
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 9 2013 at 1:00am Copy Link
DrTeeth @ Andre

The 'fine print' says "Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 1 month". Pls, which is correct 180 days or 1 month. It is not obvious if the words 'updates' and 'upgrades' are used to mean different things or the same.


Jan 9 2013 at 1:20am Copy Link
Michael Johnsson Hummm, some encryption software stores decryption info in windows. So after a system failure and restore, your computer is no longer able to decrypt.

Will this problem be with Kryptel to?
Jan 9 2013 at 1:24am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff DrTeeth: Correct is 180 days. 'Updates' and 'upgrades' means the same thing.

Michael Johnsson: No, Kryptel does not have this problem.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 9 2013 at 2:51am Copy Link
linkem linkem @Michael Johnsson With Kryptel not think you'll encounter this problem because it has a portable version
Jan 9 2013 at 3:26am Copy Link
Michael Johnsson As you say @DrTeeth, those words can be rather confusing.

I think it is like this

You change from v6 to v7.
A new version beyond bugfixes.
Mostly you have to pay for the new version.

You change from v6.0 to 6.1
Not a new version, but rather a bug fix/ improvement.
Basic never calls for new payments.

And if above is correct, it will mean that within 30 days, we can get the next version for free. For 180 days we will get bugfixes and other maintaince releases.

I coulde be wrong, but I bet Andre will enlighten us.
Jan 9 2013 at 3:26am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Michael Johnsson: Indeed some vendors use this model, that is, you get minor 'updates' free, and pay only for major 'upgrades'. Works well for huge products like Windows, but for smaller products this model is inconvenient for vendors and confusing for customers.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 9 2013 at 3:50am Copy Link
a b The download failed to complete - please let me know where I should continue with the download. Thanks
Jan 9 2013 at 5:12am Copy Link
Michael Johnsson @Andre

Lol, one can think so, but fact is many, smaller products, uses that model, that or subscription fees. Since I am a homeowner and not a company, that has been a major drawback for me. I tend to avoid those companys totaly.

This did change a few years back. I still recall times when you bought a software, you had it for life and all following versions. That changed some time during 2000, not sure what year. Now you can get limited lifetime offers around x-mas.

Take for instance SlySoft, makers of AnyDVD late 2008 they made a statement that they where going to switch to subscription. I bought theire softwares at that moment. To day, they cost around the same, but in to days value, and you only get 2 year of free updates.

Mentioned, should tho be that you can pick, 1, 2, 3 , 4 years or liftime. They still offer lifetime, but at a higher price.

This is how it looks for Macrium Reflect

Upgrade options from v4.2- Requires existing v4.2 licenses. Not Free Edition

v5 Std from v4.2 $29.24
Full price is 44.99

Sadly it is more and more subscriptions and uppgrade offers to next version.
And then they do wonder why folks download softwares from, well lets say not the developers site.
Some softwares drops a new version every year.

Last I heard was that Microsoft plans to drop a new Windows every 2 years. Good Luck, not many homeowners are going to be able to get a leagaly owned license in that speed.

If you do not use this method yet, do not start either. It will be easier for you to fight piracy that way, and peak the intresset from homeowners.
We like to know that we own what we bought. Companys may be more into leasing there softwares but not me.

Jan 9 2013 at 5:42am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff a b: Use your Customer ID to get your login data for Customer Panel: then log in and download using the links in the Licenses table.

Michael Johnsson: Yes, I know that many smaller companies use that model, but yearly subscription is more convenient for us and for our customers (especially for corporate customers). It is not lease, in fact, many customers prefer not to renew their subscription, or renew when they feel they need new features.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 9 2013 at 6:06am Copy Link
Guest Guest Can you encrypt a cd or dvd???
Jan 9 2013 at 2:34pm Copy Link
Simon User Very good software this. Im very impressed. Thanks to the vendors and bitsdujour. Keep this up. One of the best softwares on the market.
Jan 9 2013 at 5:45pm Copy Link
Richard Kennedy Installated, used the registration code, license manager shows subscription valid to 09 August 2012. Uninstalled and tried again, still find subscription valid to 09 August 2012. So subscription expired about 5 months ago?
Jan 9 2013 at 5:45pm Copy Link
Rick Truell "but for smaller products this model is inconvenient for vendors and confusing for customers."

Sorry, but you are incorrect. The definitions of "upgrades" as "from v6 to v7; a major change" and "updates" as "from v6.1 to v6.2; minor changes or bugfixes" are the industry-standard definitions for the terms and are used with those meanings by most companies, regardless of their size. It is only when a company tries to redefine those terms to suit itself that things become "confusing for customers", since they're expecting the industry-standard use.

Note that that does not mean that a company is required to supply both updates and upgrades for its products. If a company only wants to supply upgrades, that's perfectly fine...just don't try to redefine the terms. As mentioned, all that does is cause confusion for potential customers.
Jan 9 2013 at 8:28pm Copy Link
internet explorer What version is this today? I already have 6.22a and don't know if I need this; also, if I get it should I uninstall first or just overwrite?
Jan 9 2013 at 10:03pm Copy Link
loving thesixties today is v. 6.23, and my old version also said subscription expires august 9, 2012, but there is an update button that should cure it.
Jan 9 2013 at 10:30pm Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Guest Guest: "Can you encrypt a cd or dvd???". CDs and DVDs are read-only media. You can encrypt to another disk, but you can't destroy the source files, at least programmatically.

Ricardo da Pira: Indeed, that's a bug. We'll fix it asap, sorry.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 10 2013 at 12:04am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff internet explorer: 6.23 is a bug-fixing release. None of the bugs were critical, but one was serious enough (incorrectly computed daylight saving bias). I's recommend updating. Just install over the previous version.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 10 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
Andre Stoeff Rick Truell: We think that the model "free minor versions, paid major versions" is confusing for customers, and is certainly a major pain for us as a vendor. We never tried to redefine terms 'updates' and 'upgrades' (although I must say I doubt they are that standard). They are simply irrelevant in our model.
Inv Softworks LLC - Jan 10 2013 at 12:25am Copy Link

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