Daily Deal: Savvi Solutions Purrtec Encryption Keys 2-Pack

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The Purrtec Encryption Key is a hardware solution that encrypts digital files with one click. Unlocking the files requires a physical key and password, so you are assured that others can?t access or read your files and data. Purrtec protects your data with government-grade AES 256- BIT hardware encryption, and no data is hosted externally. Lastly, this encryption key is very simple, just connect Purrtec to your computer, select the files you want to encrypt, drag and drop them into the Purrtec window, type your password, and you?re done. The exact same process works for decryption. The 2 pack is on sale for $80.

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