StrongDisk creates encrypted virtual disks within Windows. With such disks you can work as with usual hard drive - the main difference is that all data written to the disk is encrypted "on fly", while the content is stored in an image file.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:15
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: StrongDisk creates protected disks inside your Windows system. With such disks you can work as with usual hard drive- The main difference is that all data written to the disk is encrypted "on fly", while the content of the protected disk is stored in common file with arbitrary name. In order to access existing protected disk user must enter password, which is specified during disk creation, and/or insert electronic key or diskette with key file. Without required password and/or a key nobody, including developers, can access the secret data on the protected disk, even if intruders possess the physical media. After the password is entered, the disk is mounted, and you can write any data to and read from the disk in so-called "transparent" mode. You don't need to copy files from the protected disk to your hard drive before working with them. Any documents, tables and databases can be opened directly on the protected disk. On finishing the work or in the case of emergency all protected disks can be instantly dismounted, thus, locking access to the data.
* All documents, tables and databases can be stored on protected disks.
* You can install your e-mail client application on protected disk, thus, protecting all messages stored on your computer.
* Secret information can be transferred through Internet in protected disk image files.
* Secure storage of backup copies and transportation of secret data on floppy and Zip disks, CDs and other removable media.
Ease of Use
* All means included in StrongDisk are well integrated into Windows interface.
* User is not supposed to spend his time for additional operations when working in secure environment. Just several seconds for entering password and you can feel yourself protected.
* Detailed Help not only will teach you how to work with StrongDisk, but also will give you recommendations on how to avoid different unexpected situations.