Did you know you could use Cryptoucan for remote login via SSH? It’s surprisingly convenient and easy! In today’s blog post we will walk you through the setting up process on Windows using PuTTY and command line – in our brand new step-by-step guide!
So we’ve already went through encrypting and decrypting files. The only thing left is signing files and reading signatures right from the context menu on Windows! We’ve just published a brand new video showing you this whole process – which you will find in this blog post! Don’t worry, if you’re looking for the written guide we’ve published some time ago, we’ll include it here, too!
You may have received an encrypted file and you have no idea how to get into it? Well, lucky for you it’s a) a super easy process, b) we’ve just published an instructional video on this topic. If you prefer written guides, you’ll find the link to that here, too!
You don’t always want to encrypt an email but maybe, just maybe, only the file you want to send – or even keep encrypted just for yourself. We’ve already published a step-by-step guide in a written form but today we are happy to show you this process in our brand new instructional video! Don’t worry, you’ll find a link to that written guide here, too!
In today’s blog post we’ll be talking about signing your files right from the context menu on macOS! We’ve already published a step-by-step written guide with pictures on this topic but some of you may prefer our brand new instructional video in which we show the whole process! If you prefer the written guide, we’ve included that in this post, too.