FileWall is a encryption software based on transparent encryption (real-time encryption). The most distinctive feature of FileWall is "Realtime encryption". Based on this technology, users can more quickly access and modify encrypted files without decryption, unlike traditional encryption software needed to decrypt the entire file and then encrypt the entire file again. We have real-time encryption technology applied to the cloud storage, without changing user habits, the data uploaded to the cloud server will be encrypted. Solve the concerns of data security in the cloud. FileWall also provides some auxiliary features such as files lock, files hidden, etc.

The new version provides 15-days fully functional trial period. After the trial period expired, you can choose to purchase a license to support our work, or choose to continue the trial.


  • Encrypt files & folders with AES-128 and AES-256
  • Encrypt filenames, directory names
  • Realtime encryption
  • Hide files & folders
  • Deny access to files & folder
  • Support AES instruction set
  • Support realtime encryption for cloud storage services
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2014-09-18 v0.4.0 Beta:
  • The new UI framework
  • Fixed the long path processing
  • Fixed processing a large number of small files cause crash

2014-01-06 v0.3.6:
  • Added custom target path in cloud mode
  • Improved driver stability
  • Fixed issue about wrong status of folders in U disk in few special cases

2013-10-31 v0.3.5:
  • Improved compatibility with antivirus software

2013-10-15 v0.3.4:
  • New mode for cloud folder
  • Improved driver compatibility

2013-08-11 v0.3.2:
  • Added "Realtime encryption" to Windows Explorer context menu for locked folders
  • Improved driver stability and compatibility

2013-07-01 v0.3.1:
  • Fixed issue when renaming files in few special cases
  • Fixed issue about missing context menu in few special cases

2013-06-07 v0.3.0:
  • Added new main user interface
  • Improved registration mechanism, open all the features, add a time limit
  • Fixed compatibility issue between the installation version and portable version

2013-03-31 v0.2.11:
  • Improved compatibility on Windows 8 for Metro applications
  • Optimized for the directory management in driver

2013-01-31 v0.2.10:
  • Show files occupied state after the failure of closing realtime encryption
  • Improved compatibility with cloud folder

2012-12-24 v0.2.9:
  • Added realtime encryption for desktop apps of the cloud storage services (Dropbox, SkyDrive)
  • Added system tray and hotkey
  • Improved file wipe handling
  • Fixed issue when deleting read-only files
  • Fixed issue with network mapping disk

2012-11-06 v0.2.8:
  • Added files wiper function
  • Improved driver stability and performance
  • Fixed issue about missing file in few special cases

2012-07-23 v0.2.7:
  • Fixed issue when accessing specific path

2012-07-22 v0.2.6:
  • Added support for UNC paths
  • Added portable functions, support encryption and decryption
  • Added realtime encryption management list
  • Improved driver stability
  • Fixed issue with long password
  • Changed the default manage password to empty

2012-06-05 v0.2.5:
  • Fixed issues when the realtime encryption function work on FAT32 in Windows XP

2012-04-29 v0.2.4:
  • Added password verification before uninstall
  • Added password verification before file operations
  • Added icon overlay for encrypted files
  • Fixed issues when dealing with shortcut(.lnk files)

2012-03-13 v0.2.3:
  • Fixed issues when hiding multiple files in one folder
  • Synchronized state management list after files have been deleted

2012-02-19 v0.2.2:
  • Added files and folders hide function
  • Added files and folders state manage window
  • Fixed issues in Shell Extension

2012-02-02 v0.2.1:
  • Fixed issues when changing language
  • Optimized the layout of the interface

2012-01-16 v0.2.0:
  • Added directory name encryption function
  • Added AES-256bit algorithm
  • Added files and folders lock function
  • Improved AES-NI encryption performance

2011-12-10 v0.1.8:
  • Added filename encryption function
  • Fixed issue when deleting folders with realtime encryption enabled
  • Fixed conflicts with some software

2011-11-28 v0.1.6:
  • Added feedback for issue
  • Added performance tests function
  • Improved core framework, with better compatibility
  • Improved password handling
  • Improved response speed of the right click menu
  • Fixed windows issues when displaying on multi-monitor

2011-9-27 v0.1.4:
  • Added 64bit version
  • Added support for AES instruction set
  • Used the new installation package
  • Optimized for concurrent access requests, a slight increase on the access performance
  • Changed the default encryption algorithm to AES-128bit
  • Fixed issue when closing realtime encryption (Increase the probability of success)
  • Fixed issue when renaming files on Windows 7
  • Fixed the conflict with the 360 antivirus software, this problem may cause a deadlock

2011-5-6 v0.1.2:
  • Added multi-language support
  • Fixed deadlock when canceling encryption or decryption
  • Fixed issue when encrypting read-only files

2011-3-8 v0.1.1:
  • Added automatic update detection
  • Fixed issue when operating multi-files
  • Improved interface layout

2011-2-26 v0.1.0:
  • The first version

After you enable the realtime encryption for a folder, you can directly access encrypted files without waitting for the decryption. Any changes in this folder will be encrypted before being written to disk. Users barely notice the encryption process. After you disable the realtime encryption, the files in this folder will revert to the encryption status immediately.
This problem usually occurs after installing the FileWall without reboot. The icon overlay has been registered into the system, but needs a reboot to take effect. This does not affect any function of FileWall. If you prefer to see the intuitive folder encryption status, then we suggest you try reboot to complete the installation of FileWall.
Encrypted files by FileWall are independent. After reinstalling Windows, the only thing you need to do is to install FileWall. Then you can normally access encrypted files.
It is a new CPU instruction set, usually in the newer CPU such as Intel's I5, I7 series or AMD's bulldozer. AES instruction set is made for the AES encryption algorithm in the special optimization, can greatly enhance the encryption and decryption speed.
When the realtime encryption enabled, FileWall only protect the encrypted folder. If you copy or move the files from the encrypted folder to outside, the destination files will no longer be encrypted. When you delete files in the encrypted folder to the Recycle Bin, the files will be decrypted before moving into the recycle bin. So if you want to delete files in the folder with realtime encryption enabled, we recommend the completely delete (SHIFT + DELETE).