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How to encrypt file(s)

1. Select files to be encrypted.

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Form for encrypting files using RSA algorithm

1. Click the Encrypt button
2. In the Encryption window, click the Public Key button if necessary
3. Click on [...] button to choose the public key file.

 

The window with the list of available public key files

 

In the Public Keys List window, double click the desired key file. You can create new

key in the Key Management Tool

 

4. Chose the encryption algorithm from the combobox. This algorithm will be used to enrypt your files.
6. Choose what you would like to do with source files. For example, after encryption, source files can be deleted
7. Click the "Compress" checkbox if you want to compress files before encryption
8. Click the START button to begin the processing files

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