Aes-Up is a Windows file encryption application. It is highly secure, cost-efficient and easy to use, requiring no technical knowledge. It includes an advanced data recovery facility, eliminating the problems associated with lost passwords.
Description: Aes-Up is a Windows file encryption application, designed to meet the needs of large and small companies who communicate or store sensitive data.
Our expertise in cryptography and key management has enabled us to provide an advanced data recovery facility, without compromising the overall security offered by Aes-Up. This makes the problems associated with lost or forgotten passwords a thing of the past.
This is not a 'back door' that would allow an attacker access to your private data. Access remains exclusively under your company's control at all times. No central data or key repository is used. Aes-Up uses advanced cryptographic techniques to achieve this without compromising the overall security of the encrypted data in any way.
We believe that high security doesn't need to be difficult to use. Aes-Up won't ask technical questions, such as which algorithm or key length to use. Aes-Up offers a simple user interface that most people can use with no training whatsoever.
Solving any security problem involves striking a balance between three competing forces: security, usability and cost. Aes-Up's unique combination of features and technology defines a new point on this three-way relationship, creating a compelling proposal designed to meet the security needs of modern businesses.
Aes-Up is free for personal use, although the data recovery facility is not available. A 30-day free trial is available for business users.
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