A complex solution for antivirus protection and data security on workstations and notebooks. It contains the following optional components in one functional unit: antivirus protection, security of network connection, on-line encryption.
Description: Antivirus Program, Personal Firewall, Encryption Application
TrustPort Phoenix Rebel Workstation is a security platform consisting of an antivirus program, personal firewall, encryption application, digital signature and on-line encryption tools. It is designed for the protection of individual workstations in the network as well as those of separate users.
Phoenix Rebel Workstation combines the following programs into one system:
- TrustPort Antivirus: Antivirus program that protects workstations from malicious software attacks.
- TrustPort Personal Firewall: Personal firewall that defends the computer against attacks of hackers and Internet worms. It dependably monitors all incoming and outgoing communication.
- TrustPort DataShredder: Tool for shredding of electronic data files, directories, free space, Windows Recycle Bin content and some other items created by the system and by Internet browsers.
- TrustPort eSign: Program that enables creating and verifying electronic signatures, using timestamps and performing basic PKI operations.
- TrustPort Disk Protection: Tool for on-line encryption of electronic data. It creates virtual disks whose content is protected by strong encrypting.
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