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Encrypt, Decrypt, and Erase Files in One Click

PowerCryptor Encryption Suite lets you open, edit, and save encrypted files just as easily as if they were ordinary, unsecure files, with one click.

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What are people saying about PowerCryptor Encryption Suite

SFuji Can this program be run from a flashdrive?
Mar 6 2014 at 6:25am Copy Link
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serhiy Hi Stanley,

Thank you for your question. You can copy PowerCryptor program files to your flash drive and start the program from there, but it is not designed as fully portable application.
Self-Decrypting .exe files can be opened and decrypted anywhere, without PowerCryptor installed.

thanks,
PowerCryptor Software - Mar 6 2014 at 7:07am Copy Link
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Flo When it comes to security software, not just the encryption algorithms but also their implementation is important. I browsed your website to learn more about your company and its competencies in encryption software. Unfortunately, I did not find any information about you whatsoever. I also could not locate any contact information. The domain "powercryptor.com" was just registered in December 2013 and is registered to an address in the Seychelles. Does this mean the software has just been around for 3 months?

Personally, I am not comfortable purchasing encryption software from an anonymous vendor. As a suggestion, to build credibility, you might want to include some more information about yourself.

Good luck!
Mar 8 2014 at 5:05pm Copy Link
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Danny I' ts a Lifetime Upgrades Licence?
Mar 9 2014 at 12:07am Copy Link
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serhiy Hi Danny,
Yes, all the future updates and upgrades will be free for life.
thanks,
PowerCryptor Software - Mar 9 2014 at 12:13am Copy Link
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Chris @ Flo I went to their site and found a contact form to contact them as well as a About page. Quote from their site: "ABOUT US PowerCryptor Software is a small company specializing in security products. Users of our software range from home-users to business and government organizations including banks and other financial institutions, IT software and hardware companies and a wide spectrum of small and large businesses. Over these past years our user-base has grown into the many thousands, and we thank all of our customers for giving us the possibility of continuing to satisfy their needs with high-quality software solutions. PowerCryptor Software aims to provide high quality software solutions with reliability and ease of use, without compromising on innovation and cutting-edge technology. Our mission is to deliver and support our products to a world-wide audience as well as develop and offer new solutions for specific needs of our customers. We are interested in cooperating with other IT and consulting solution-providers in order to offer competitive and successful end-products to a whole range of customers." It also says this: 256-BIT AES ENCRYPTION Support Page: http://www.powercryptor.com/support/
Mar 9 2014 at 12:15am Copy Link
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Flo @ Chris

Yes, I did see this page, but it's very generic information. Who are all of these clients they claim to have? Who is the company and what is their experience in implementing encryption algorithms?

On that page they also speak about "the past years". It confuses me that their domain is barely 3 months old. It could absolutely be that there is an explanation for this, for example that their product was sold by a parent company before. However, this information is not given. No contact information besides a contact form.

It is not my intention to talk this vendor or the product down. I wrote this as information for others, so that they can decide if they can accept these things or not. That's all. :)
Mar 9 2014 at 8:04am Copy Link
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JL Hi serhiy,

I was looking for some information about your product and I found the following:
http://www.powercryptor.com/
Products / Silent Keylogger
http://www.silentkeylogger.com/
Privacy Policy (Keylack Software)
http://www.keylack.com/

Is Keylack Software the developer of PowerCryptor Encryption Suite?
Does Keylack Software have any relation with KRyLack Software?
Mar 9 2014 at 10:08am Copy Link
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serhiy Hi JL,
We have partnered with Keylack Software to offer more security-related products to our customers.
Thanks,
PowerCryptor Software - Mar 9 2014 at 10:40am Copy Link
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Mark Johnson I see that Serhiy Horobets owns Kyrlack Software ( http://www.krylack.com/products/ ) and Keylack Software ( http://keylack.com/ ) in addition to PowerCryptor. Both of the other domains have as their main products tools to decrypt passwords from files generated by tools like PowerCryptor. Is it possible to use PowerCryptor to password protect files that cannot be easily decrypted by the other inexpensive products made by the same company?
Mar 9 2014 at 10:41am Copy Link
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serhiy Hi Mark,
RAR and ZIP archives use weak encryption algorithms that can be cracked. That’s why we have developed PowerCryptor to protect data with advanced encryption methods, including industry standard AES 256 bit.
thanks,
PowerCryptor Software - Mar 9 2014 at 10:47am Copy Link
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Mark Johnson Hi, Serhiy.
The free zip product 7-zip offers "Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z and ZIP formats" (per the 7-zip.org home page).
The homepage of winzip (winzip.com) states "Protect files with banking-level AES encryption". On the winzip website on the features page is stated, "Protect your files from unauthorized access by applying banking-level security with FIPS-197 certified 128 or 256-bit AES encryption.".
The info page for the Winrar product (rarlabs.com) states, "WinRAR offers you the benefit of industry strength archive encryption using AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) with a key of 128 bits."

Every zip or rar product that I look at states that it has 128-bit or 256-bit AES encryption.
Can you explain your statement about the other products using weak encryption a little more please?

Also.... I downloaded the product to give it a try.
I placed some files in a folder on the desktop.
I right-clicked on each of the files individually, chose Powercryptor - encrypt, and gave each file a password. The files each got a new lock icon to replace the regular icon, and .pcr was added to the filename as the new extension.
I then tried double-clicking each file. What I was expecting to see was a dialog asking for the password, and then after the password was entered for the file to open in the associated program. I also expected after closing the file in the program for the encrypted file to still be in the original location, and no decrypted copy of the original file to be left on the disk.

Findings:
Double-clicking on an encrypted file produced mixed results. After entering the password, the file did open in the associated program about 50% of the time. 100% of the time (whether the file opened or not) there was a dialog that opened which stated, "Unable to open encrypted file." The error dialog had the PowerCryptor icon, and Process Explorer identified the dialog as belonging to PowerCryptor.
The thing that bothered me most was that whether or not the file successfully opened in the associated program, after closing the file I looked on the hard drive for the decrypted copy that PowerCryptor passed along to the associated program. In 100% of those tests, a fully decrypted copy of the file was found in the Windows Temp folder.

Why is a fully decrypted copy of the file left in the Windows temp folder?
Mar 9 2014 at 2:31pm Copy Link
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Sputnik When we open up PowerCryptor and click on "Find Encrypted", a window appears so to allow us to choose the location to scan.

We may select any partition we want but we cannot choose the entire computer itself.

So if we want to scan the entire computer we will be obliged to repeat the whole process of clicking on "Find Encrypted" and select a specific partition. All the partitions will need to be scanned individually like this.

Would it be possible to add the possibility to scan the whole computer at once so it would be faster to scan every place on the computer ?
May 29 2016 at 1:28pm Copy Link
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serhiy Hi and thank you for your suggestion! We have added an option to automatically scan all drives on your system. Please download the new version from our website at:
http://www.powercryptor.com/download/
PowerCryptor Software - May 29 2016 at 3:09pm Copy Link
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Sputnik @ serhiy

Thank you very much, it works correctly.
May 29 2016 at 5:08pm Copy Link
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