Video: How to Encrypt Files with OpenPGP Studio
Have you ever been asked to email a file that includes personal information like your prescription records, or your banking account information, or even your social security number? Many people share that kind of information over the internet and simply hope that it doesn’t get hacked.
Linoma Software, developer of the enterprise solution GoAnywhere™ Managed File Transfer Suite, has made it much easier to keep this kind of confidential data protected with its recently released desktop encryption tool called GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio™.
This free PC tool is designed for people who occasionally need to share or store sensitive data. OpenPGP Studio lets users encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify files from their PCs or workstations. An integrated key manager allows anyone to quickly create, import, export and manage OpenPGP keys needed to encrypt and decrypt files. Best of all, it’s intuitive so even those who claim to be “non-technical” can confidently use OpenPGP Studio.
Here’s a video, also available on YouTube, that shows just how easy OpenPGP Studio is to use.
You can download OpenPGP Studio from the GoAnywhere website, and then let us know what you think! If you need a more robust solution that includes automation, check out the GoAnywhere suite of products.
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