Update SecureMyBit Stable - Released

JM Security

Level 30
Apr 12, 2015
Hello everyone.

Welcome to the thread of my new software: SecureMyBit.

What is SecureMyBit?

Nowadays it becomes fundamental to protect our important files and data. One solution to securely protect our files could be an encryption system, this could be done in a simply way, so anyone can protect their files. SecureMyBit is a free, portable, and light application , which allows to encrypt any type of file with password (using AES 256 Bit encryption method) and then, decrypt them. SecureMyBit provide, for this purpose, also a secure and strong random password generator, which can generate passwords, as long as you want. Another utility of SecureMyBit is the Secure File Shredder, which can delete a file permanently with an irreversible shredding operation. Our software provides also an utility which can validate the strength of user’s passwords; and a System Specs utility, which can tell us all the informations about our computer. SecureMyBit provides also, in addition, a secure virtual keyboard which doesn’t produce any keystroke, so this guarantee a protection while entering your password. Finally, you can also get information about your files: hashes, file type, file attributes, etc.

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8/8.1
  • Windows 10
Special Requirement:

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5



Official Website: SecureMyBit

PLEASE NOTE: SecureMyBit doesn't provide a password recovery system for the encrypted files, because of security reasons and because of the algorithm used by SecureMyBit, so please remember to do a backup of your chosen passwords. We aren't responsible of any kind of losses (files losses, passwords losses, data losses, etc.)

Thank you all! ;)


If you have questions, bugs reporting, etc. please feel free to PM me or reply to this thread.:)
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Level 26
May 14, 2016
Windows 10
Hello @DardiM

I developed the algorithm on my self,so for security reasons, it is closed-source. In the latest version, in the advanced mode you can select how many times you want to overwrite the file(s).
Ok, thanks (I thought it was one of the method used in most File Shredder Program).
So my second question : is your algorithm compatible with SSD specificity ? (files that I would delete are on SSDs)
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