PRLog - June 5, 2012 - Information about Fort can be found in http://byteptr.com/
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New Fort Windows Explorer shell extensions allows you to encrypt any individual file. All file formats are supported. For example, you could encrypt all your files before putting them on some cloud service (Skydrive, Dropbox etc.).
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Summary of features:
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-Save usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and even plain text.
-Secure. Fort uses AES with 256 bit keys.
-Easy to use and intuitive.
-Integrates with Windows, support for standby, hibernate, shutdown and restart.
-Caps lock detection.
-Support for multiple monitors.
-Ability to remove passwords from the clipboard automatically.
-Create secure passwords. Minimum recommended password length is 15 characters. Fort generates 16 character ones.
-Backup your data with ease. Backup restore is also behind a single click. Export your data to plain text.
-Support. Fort does have very good documentation.
-Affordable and flexible licensing.
-Native, high performance Windows application.
-Full 64bit support.