Encrypt your data with S3Flame

Jul 04, 2009 | 42Gears Team

S3Flame users can now optionally encrypt their files with 256 bit AES encryption standard. You just need to specify a password of your choice and S3Flame will use it to encrypt your all important data before it is uploaded to the S3 storage account. Extension .enc is appended to the file name so its easy to know if a file is encrypted or not.

Go to Tools -> Options screen to turn on the encryption and specify the password of your choice.

Strong 256 bit AES Encryption by S3Flame

Strong 256 bit AES Encryption by S3Flame

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