What is the difference between Passwords, Access Keys and Activation Keys?

Passwords are used to encrypt or hide files.

If you have many passwords, you can store all of them in a list, open with one “master password”. That master password is called Access Key (to a list of passwords).

Activation Keys are useful only to those that want to develop their own encryption algorithms or new carriers. It’s an internal security system of east-tec InvisibleSecrets.

How secure are my files after encrypting them?

east-tec InvisibleSecrets uses government-level 256-bit AES On-the-fly encryption (also known as Rijndael) to encrypt and protect your data. This is one of the most secure encryption algorithms. Secret files are highly secure. It also uses word leader industry standards such as the 256-bit Blowfish encryption algorithm which is a highly secure method to protect your sensitive files.