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RiftVault 1.0

Scott McNulty

RiftVault, which we covered when it was in a pre-release state, is now a full 1.0 release. $39.95 will get you this snazzy app which stores your important information the way it should be stored: using encryption. RiftVault is designed to hold credit card information, passwords, banking info, and even files that you want secured (using the very clever 'Safe Deposit Box' feature).

Everything that RiftVault stores for you is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption. When you open an item it is unencrypted and cached for fast access only to be flushed from RAM when you close the item. Check out our gallery to get a glimpse of what this app has to offer.

RiftVault is available now for $39.95 and there is a free 30 day demo.

Gallery: RiftVault 1.0 | 18 Photos

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