Windows Full VersionJul 2, 2014

Free CyberSafe Top Secret Ultimate (100% discount)

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  • Developed by CyberSafe
  • Current version is v2.2.21
  • Download size is 24.8 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/53

CyberSafe Top Secret Ultimate is a powerful encryption program that allows you to encrypt pretty much anything and everything: whole disks/partitions (both internal and external drives, including USB flash), individual files, cloud storage (e.g. Google Drive or Dropbox), email, etc.

This giveaway has no free updates. Want free updates? Get CyberSafe Top Secret Ultimate with free updates to get free updates, free tech support, business + home use, and ability to install/reinstall whenever you want.

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  1. m

    Reply to this comment#19

    I use CryptBox by Abelssoft. Maybe not the most sophisticated, but it works and does the job.

  2. Robert

    Reply to this comment#18

    [@trustlater]
    Thanks! That did the trick for me, the A/V was preventing its installation.

  3. polarstar

    Reply to this comment#17

    FU*KED UP MY COMPUTER WINDOWS 7, thanks

  4. trust later

    Reply to this comment#16

    The installer, interface and uninstaller vary from English-to-Russian and back again (with no copy/paste ability in order to use a translator) making it difficult for non-Russian readers to know exactly what they are allowing the program to do.

    MORE IMPORTANTLY – This attempts to install a *dubious* Certificate to the Windows Certificate Store, which Windows itself warns cannot be tracked back to a recognized Authority. This is an HUGE security risk. No thanks.

  5. sales2

    Reply to this comment#15

    Downloaded fine on Windows 7. Haven’t tried it yet. Didn’t like the idea that it didn’t allow me to designate the installation folder. Didn’t care for the extra dialogue box that I had to OK which said something about Permissions? Not sure. Why don’t you tell us this stuff up front?
    Thanks I think.

  6. Victor Gutierrez

    Reply to this comment#14

    Can I install and use CyberSafe from a zip drive?.,How.

  7. egf

    Reply to this comment#13

    Installed fine on Win 7, 64bit system. Program was in English. Tried to register, but would not activate (showed Buy, but Activate was greyed out). Clicked on buy and was taken to Russian site.

    Closed program, restarted as Administrator. System crashed, would not reboot. Restarted in Safe Mode, tried to uninstall using Control Panel, Revo, and a couple other uninstallers (CyberSafe did not provide an uninstaller). Prompts for uninstall were in Russian. Accepted all choices, but it did not uninstall.

    Fortunately, CyberSafe created Restore Point, and was able to restore system.

    May not get the courage to try again. I would guess that BitDefender had something to do with the problems. If I try, I will indeed disable AV/Firewall.

    Still looking for a reliable, safe alternative to TrueCrypt!

  8. bleeper24

    Reply to this comment#12

    [@Ashraf]
    My version came in Russian language too …..Go to the top toolbar and select the second menu from the right hand side …….click on it and the “drop down menu will give you the Language option which is clearly marked ” English ” …. I just did it by “trial anderror ” and found it eventually :)

  9. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#11

    [@Chris] I don’t really know why you got a Russian interface but the program is in English for me, so you can probably turn it into English from one of the menus.

  10. trustlater

    Reply to this comment#10

    [@Howard Schwartz] Temporarily disable your firewall and antivirus/antimalware programs; run GOTD’s setup.exe; and, after completion/activation, re-enable security programs.

  11. Chris

    Reply to this comment#9

    [@Ashraf]
    Thank you for your reply. I live in France and I installed this software on a computer with OS Windows 8 in French.

  12. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#8

    [@Giovanni] [@Carlos] [@ricohflex] CyberSafe Top Secret has a freeware version (always free, you can download and use whenever you want) that probably can be used to decrypt files if you lose this giveaway. However, if this is such a big concern, I’d recommend downloading the giveaway and testing it, then purchasing the 90% off upgrade. It is less than $10 (normally costs over $90) and well worth it for a good program.

    [@Howard Schwartz] You could try using a download manager, to ensure you are properly downloading the installers.

    [@Chris] The program was in English for me. You might want to look around in the settings to turn it into English. Do you happen to live in Russia?

  13. Chris

    Reply to this comment#7

    Hello there,

    Although chose English as the installation language, this software starts with an interface in Russian. It is therefore necessary to have a minimum of rudiements Russian language to identify the menu tab to change to an English interface. I am disappointed but I have to uninstall it. May be the next version will be more convenient.

    Have a good day.

  14. Howard Schwartz

    Reply to this comment#6

    For the past year I have not been able to install ANY of the programs come from Giveawayoftheday.com. They always tell me the program is defective. I assume the problem is the “wrapping.” How do others install these programs?–obviously some people do–what program do you use to open and install them? I’m sure there must be many who have this problem with GOTD and their programs that appear here. Thanks for your help.

  15. ricohflex

    Reply to this comment#5

    Same concerns as expressed already by Giovanni.
    The software cannot be registered after the stated deadline. “Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer has ended — you cannot register later.”
    This is not a fault of the software.
    The software is probably excellent.
    This is simply the terms of the giveaway offer.
    So assuming a crash or bug or virus caused the software to stop functioning 6 months later. By then I had already encrypted lots of important data using the software. Though I may be able to re-install, but I cannot re-register the software by then.
    Either I buy the software or the locked data is gone.
    If I am willing to pay to buy years later but the company has closed and the software is no longer on sale, then there is no way out and the data cannot be unlocked.
    Therefore for encryption software, always get either Freeware or pay to buy the software preferably a retail version in physical CD Rom form and not just buy a download online.

  16. Carlos

    Reply to this comment#4

    A system backup seems to be the only solution to Giovanni’s concern lest purchasing an Ultimate version (unless AES encryption and 16-digit pass were first used – a $49.50 worth good backup, since the free version is too limited), IMHO.

  17. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#3

    [@Ashraf]

    Hi Ashraf! No I meant the KEY license of this program which may be lost after a PC crash or Hw failure: in this case, can all encrypted HDs, files etc…be decryped using the trial version of this program, or we have to buy the license to recover them?

  18. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#2

    [@Giovanni] You mean encryption key/password? I’m not sure but my guess is data is lost — if lost encryption key/password was recoverable, it wouldn’t be a very good encryption program.

  19. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#1

    Looks very good…thanks Ashraf!
    But what happens if you lose the key?

    For encrypting files stored in the cloud my suggestion is to use this awesome FREE app:

    http://stefanstools.sourceforge.net/CryptSync.html

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

Technical Details

  • Developed by CyberSafe
  • Current version is v2.2.21
  • Download size is 24.8 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8/8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/53