Keep your files safe with these encryption tools

Tuesday, 23 April 2002, 3:42 AM EST

Worried someone might read your confidential files? Your data is vulnerable. It could be viewed by a hacker, or even a coworker who sits down at your PC when you're away.

So what can you do? Use encryption software and digital file shredders. I've found three great programs at ZDNet Downloads that make sure no one can snoop on your private files.

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