September 16, 2019 at 5:59 pm - Views: 55 #12806Anna MariaParticipant
Real-time encryption Access protection for your data through automatic encryption
Non-encrypted files are easy prey for spies and other curious people. The only remedy is a sufficiently secure encryption with recognized encryption methods. The software abylon CRYPTDRIVE creates so-called container files, which are secured with the known encryption algorithms AES or Blowfish. Only if the corresponding key was used, the secured data show up in the file explorer. As key a password can be entered over the keyboard, as well as a chip card, USB stick or certificate can be used. When Cryptdrive is open, the contained files are displayed in the assigned drive and can be edited and opened there. Applications can also be installed here, whereby the encryption runs automatically in the background. When Cryptdrive is closed, the drive is hidden and the contained data is protected against further access.
Application example for encryption
The computers are becoming more and more mobile. Nowadays, powerful electronic components fit into even the smallest housings. In professional life, too, a laptop, notebook or ultrabook is increasingly being used instead of the clumsy desktop PC. Since Microsoft Windows 8 has optimized its operating system for finger input, this operating system can even be found on tablets or convertibles. However, the mobility of these devices increases the risk of loss through forgetting or criminal energy. In this case, the encryption of your personal data is almost mandatory. The data is stored in a highly encrypted Cryptdrive and is protected against unauthorized access. The Cryptdrive is opened with the appropriate password and/or hardware key. There is no secret entrance or backdoor. In this way the secured data is protected against unwanted access in the worst case.
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