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Kryptel editions

Kryptel edition comparison

Kryptel is available in three editions covering a wide range of user requirements.

  • Free Edition (Kryptelite) is excellent choice for those users who use encryption only occasionally. While it lacks bells and whistles of the more advanced editions, it still does the job perfectly and provides the same highest level of security.
  • Standard Edition includes all the major features you'd expect from top-notch encryption software. Besides basic encryption/decryption operations, this edition can do encrypted backups and script-driven encryption jobs. Kryptel Standard includes powerful Kryptel Browser for inspecting and modifying encrypted containers, and can be run from a USB drive.
  • If security and reliability is a priority, Enterprise Edition is what you need. In addition to the Standard Edition's features, Kryptel Enterprise offers command-line interface for automated processing and can work in FIPS 140-2 -compliant encryption mode. In case of a hardware failure its Data Recovery feature will help you minimize damage by recovering data from the corrupted container.
  Kryptelite
Free Edition
Kryptel
Standard Edition
Kryptel
Enterprise Edition
Easy single-click encryption
Unlimited number of files and folders in single operation
Unlimited file size
Strong encryption using industry-standard 256-bit AES cipher
Effective ZIP and BZIP2 data compression
Integration with Windows Explorer's right-click menu
Integrated file shredder with manual shred option
Graphical interface to the shredder
Includes best classic and contemporary ciphers
Includes a portable version to be run from a USB drive
Advanced password dialog with a password strength meter
Virtual keyboards for a large set of languages
USB as Key (binary media-based keys)
Support for hardware Yubikeys
Powerful Kryptel Browser for inspecting and modifying encrypted files
Multi-pass shredding for reliable file deletion
Can create and maintain encrypted backups
Backup to Interner storage (Dropbox, GoogleDrive, and OneDrive)
Can define sets of files or folders to be encrypted in a single operation (encrypted filesets)
Command-line interface for automated encryption tasks
Native 64-bit processing
Utilizes multi-core processors to speed up encryption
Advanced Data Recovery allows restoring data from corrupted containers
FIPS 140-2 compliance mode

Notes

Unlimited file size

While Kryptel does not limit file size, operating system limitations may apply. For instance, FAT32-formatted drives cannot hold files larger than 4Gb.

Additional ciphers and Kryptelite

Kryptelite does not allow cipher selection and always uses AES/ZIP for encryption. However it includes all the additional ciphers from the advanced product editions, and so can decrypt files created by the commercial editions.