Among the few major ways of protecting valuable data, probably the most reliable one is to prevent the physical access to it. But keeping data locked in the safe makes it useless for any operating purposes. Thus, in the reality the data-protection job narrows down to choosing a reliable encryption system.
ArchiCrypt Live 5 is a robust application for encrypting data from a chunk of a few bytes to entire drive partitions. Tightly integrated with Windows shell, it allows encrypting files by just a right-click of the mouse. The software can authenticate via password, key file, user-defined «magic» code or ArchiCrypt Card. It can even generate a reliable password automatically; besides relieving you from this work, this will protect the password from possibly running key-logger spyware. But especially convenient the program appears for its way of keeping encrypted data in the so-called «volumes». Once mounted to operating system, they appear in it as additional hard drives, and that makes the use of the encrypted data easy as in no other application.
The software supports private and public key operations, digital signature, allows hiding sensitive data in container files and supports the mobile-safe technology for using the encrypted data on a computer without ArchiCrypt Live 5 running, can automatically shut-off open volumes in case of an emergency and after they have been idle for a while. This is a truly powerful and reliable data security system.
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