Liveye BladeBox creates virtual encrypted volumes, which are AES-encrypted files that can be mounted as if they were disk drives
Liveye BladeBox eXtreme secures your data and allows you to protect it by applying sophisticated encryption techniques.
BladeBox uses the well-known and ultra-secure AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), this symmetric encryption algorith is currently believed to be the highest security standard, and it guarantees an optimum level of security and privacy..
So restricted information or data are protected against every unauthorized access. Even the use of low-level recovery softwares can do nothing to recover data saved inside BladeBox virtual disks.
Furthermore, BladeBox eXtreme features some advanced and intelligent techniques like dynamic size of container-files, the ability to completely hide container-files and a true application firewall that lets you decide which programs should be able to access your sensitive data.
Here are some key features of “BladeBox Iron Edition”:
· Advanced security
It protects users’ privacy by encrypting data so that nobody without the proper password can access them
Encryption is based upon the AES algorithm, the most advanced symmetric encryption standard
Virtual volumes are formatted with LXFS (Liveye eXtreme File System) a new and structurally secure file system
Real-time in-memory encryption and decryption, BladeBox eXtreme does not create temporary files on disk so it does not leave traces of unencrypted data
The HideBlade technology can hide your container file even if the computer is booted in safe-mode by an Administrator
The AppBlade technology implements a true application firewall that lets you decide which programs can access the contants of your virtual drive
· Ease of management
Every procedure is assisted by a handy wizard that simplifies most complex tasks
The SizeBlade technology allows you to create dynamic size volumes, the container files grows and shrinks when needed, no more wasted space on your hard disk!
· Ease of use
Virtual volumes are presented to the operating system as if they were actual physical disks
A virtual volume can be mounted and unmounted by a simple click of a button
· Pentium or higher CPU
· Min 30 Mb free hard disk space
· Min 128 Mb RAM (256 recommended)
· 15 days trial
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