Typing the full key or selecting an alias.

When you type a key to encrypt information, you simply type it in to the encryption dialog box and Privacy uses what you type as part of the encryption process. You tell other Privacy users what the key is so that they can type it into their decryption dialog box and decrypt your information. They can also use it to encrypt information for you, too, if they wish. When you select an alias to encrypt information, you don’t actually type it in; you select it from the list of aliases you have set up. During the encryption process, Privacy doesn’t use the alias to do the encryption; it uses the key that you associated with the alias. For someone else to decrypt the information they must have the identical alias and key set in their copy of Privacy. The easiest way for them to set up the identical alias and key is for you to export the details for them.

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     If the above options do not provide enough security for you, download Access manager for Windows.

Access manager provides much more security than standard ways in Windows.

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