Smolensk, Russia (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
SoftOrbits today announces Private Photo Album, a new application that creates a hidden storage place on the computer where the user can hide private photos. The photos are stored in a single executable file, which is protected by 256-bit encryption, password access and completely out of sight. Snoops have no chances to discover photos or hack Private Photo Album so the user may rest assured the photos are safe.
Private Photo Album includes a built-in image viewer and slideshow capabilities, so that the owner can view images without stepping out of the program. Viewing photos inside the program means the user does not leave any traces behind as it is with standard image viewers that store history of recently viewed files so anyone can find it out.
Creating a protected photo album is fairly easy. The user can drag and drop files from Windows Explorer or use a special wizard. Digital camera owners have an ability to download photos from the camera into the program directly. Supported image formats include JPEG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, and PCX. Images are exported along with EXIF data.
Once the photos are in Private Photo Album, they can be organized into albums. Albums can be public with open access or private. Private albums are invisible and can be accessed only by the user with a valid password. For more convenience and peace of mind, the program allows creating a separate password for each album.
The executable file that stores photos is portable. The user can easily copy the file from one computer to another, or save it to a USB flash drive and carry protected photo albums in the pocket.
Who can benefit from Private Photo Album?
Private Photo Album can benefit almost anyone who keeps secret photos on the computer. The following is a short overview of its benefits for different people.
- Parents. Hide intimate photos from children. Nothing is more embarrassing than a teenage kid uncovering private photos of their parents. With Private Photo Album, it has become easy to protect children from the horror and embarrassment of discovering graphic content improper for their age.
- Teens. Teens can safeguard their romantic relationship and its digital photo evidences from parents. Private Photo Album is a true helper when parents start playing KGB and look through your computer files on a regular basis. Not all secrets are to be told, some are meant to be private.
- Anyone. Make hackers get big nothing. With hackers and viruses causing havoc on a regular basis, everyone should take care of their computer privacy. Private Photo Album will help users avoid the theft of their personal photos and possible blackmail even if a hacker manages to crack the computer.
Available now, Private Photo Album costs $55 (USD). A free trial is available.
Read more at: http://www.softorbits.com/private-photo-album/