You can store your credit card data, valuable business information, various user accounts data (user names/passwords), secret contact information, confidential notes and much more.
SecureNotes protects your critical notes in two ways:
1. It requires a password to access the notes. Your password can be up to 10 characters long.
2. It uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), also known as ‘Rijndael’, for encrypting the notes. It’s worth mentioning that US government also uses this encryption technique to protect its confidential data.
SecureNotes requires only 74Kb for installation.
The main screen of SecureNotes shows the list of folders. You can store your critical notes in the following three folders:
Open a folder to see the list of notes saved in that folder. Note names are displayed in a sorted order so that it’s much easier for you to find a particular note.
You can download the trial version now and use it for five times. After that you have to buy the actual version to receive a valid registration code.