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Create virtual encrypted drives to store your private data

Data security has become a serious matter for organizations and individuals nowadays. Stolen information often creates headaches to the authorities and individuals. Anyone with access to a computer can access all private data as well, for example, from sharing computer with others, from stolen Laptop or Thumb drive, etc.

So protecting personal and sensitive information from unauthorized access has a vital role. There are numerous applications for data security and one such application is Safe one from Stegonos- known for developing splendid security programs.

Steganos Safe one is a strong encrypting software that creates encrypted virtual drives, where you can keep whatever you want to protect – sensitive information, photos, music, passwords, etc. The best part of this program is that, the drives disappear at the click of a button. Your files will only be available again when you enter the correct password.

Using this program is very simple. The wizard like interface makes it easy to use anyone, only need to follow the screen instructions. With this free version you can only create two virtual drives. Each individual drive provides space for up to 1 GB with NTFS file system and 4 GB with FAT32. To get more space you need to purchase a license.

To encrypting personal files with SafeOne, either you can use your own password or can be generate a strong password from the integrated password generator. Also, you can use Steganos PicPass - a more powerful password using specific picture series instead of a traditional password consisting of letters and numbers.

Features:
  • Create two Safes with 1 GB capacity each for your most important private data: documents, photos, music, etc
  • Save your passwords on your iPod©, USB-Stick, mobile phone or digital camera: Simply connect it, and the corresponding Safes will open automatically. Of course you still have the option to open your Safe manually.
  • For clients with good visual memory: with Steganos PicPass, you open your Safe with a picture sequence.
  • Encrypt your private data using the worldwide renowned Advanced Encryption Algorithm AES with 256 Bits.
Download it from the program page

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