IT news: major addition to DESlock+.
Data Encryption data encryption, the process of scrambling stored or transmitted information so that it is unintelligible until it is unscrambled by the intended recipient. Historically, data encryption has been used primarily to protect diplomatic and military secrets from foreign Systems Limited, have announced the launch of DESlock+ v3.2 for Windows XP The previous client version of Windows. XP was a major upgrade to the client version of Windows 2000 with numerous changes to the user interface. XP improved support for gaming, digital photography, instant messaging, wireless networking and sharing connections to the Internet. and Windows 2000.
DESlock+ v3.2 offers multiple software encryption The reversible transformation of data from the original (the plaintext) to a difficult-to-interpret format (the ciphertext) as a mechanism for protecting its confidentiality, integrity and sometimes its authenticity. Encryption uses an encryption algorithm and one or more encryption keys. keys and increased administrative capability.
DESlock+ includes folder encryption, file encryption, mountable encrypted files, email encryption, encrypted compressed archives as well as text window and clipboard A reserved section of memory that is used as a temporary holding area for data that is copied or moved from one application to another using the copy and paste and cut and paste (move) menu options. Each time you transfer something into the clipboard, the previous contents are deleted. encryption. It also includes a secure deletion feature.
DESlock+ v3.2 now comes with up to eight software encryption key slots for SUEs or up to 64 slots for larger enterprises. A USB USB
in full Universal Serial Bus
Type of serial bus that allows peripheral devices (disks, modems, printers, digitizers, data gloves, etc.) to be easily connected to a computer. hardware version is also available for business users.
The addition of multiple software encryption key slots provides greater security for users.
The new features allow administrators of software versions to have more control over the end-users, while the DES-Shredder feature for secure deletion enables companies to comply with government regulations