What is file encryption?



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    File encryption is a method of encrypting data, or writing and saving it in code, for protection and confidentiality.  “Encryption is a way to enhance the security of a message or file by scrambling the contents so that it can be read only by someone who has the appropriate encryption key to unscramble it. For example, if you purchase something on the Internet, the information for the transaction (such as your address, phone number, and credit card number) is usually encrypted to help keep it safe. Use encryption when you want a strong level of protection for your information.”

    PC platforms like Windows will encrypt your data automatically if you have the software, providing you with the most secure way of storing and transmitting data.


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