You can use any application that supports file sharing or file uploading. Some of them are listed in and integrate seamlessly with Encrypto, while others may require you to first save the file to disk before sharing.
Encrypto is a small, yet powerful, app that helps you protect your private data.
The application encrypts any file so that it is protected from being opened and viewed by third parties.
The length of Encrypto’s encryption process depends on the size of the file — the bigger the file, the longer the encryption process takes.
Encrypto actually compresses the file when it encrypts it, so the size may vary a bit from the original.
Encrypto works with files and folders of any size, there are no size limits. However, please note that you might face some limitations set in place by file sharing services when you try to send the file.
Password protecting a file ensures that only those with the password will be able to access the file.
No, the password that is used for the encryption is not saved anywhere. That’s why you should always remember your password and commit it to memory, otherwise you won’t be able to recover the encrypted file.
Unfortunately, if you forget your password, the encrypted data cannot be recovered. There’s no way to decrypt the data without the password.
At the moment, there are no other apps available that can open .crypto files.
On Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks and higher.