Tiasoft Secured Drive is an easy-to-use encryption
application that lets you create encrypted logical drive
to keep your private and confidential data secure on
personal computers, notebooks, and removable media. Though powerful and effective
Tiasoft Secured Drive works transparently with other
applications, completely integrates into your working
environment and allows to you don't think about security
and encryption of your data.
This modern encryption
application allows you to be sure that your
confidentional data will never be stolen or accessed by
Tiasoft Secured Drive
safeguards your confidentional data by using modern
encryption algorithms, certified by the National
Institute of Standards and Technology as corresponding
to Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and Secure Hash
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Main features of the new version:
- Strong security. Tiasoft Secured Drive provides fast
and secure encryption of your data with minimal impact on the
amount of time it takes to access your programs and files. It
stores the contents of each secure drive in an encrypted file
which can easily be backed up and exchanged with colleagues.
Once written to a secured drive, your data is never stored in an
'open' condition. Tiasoft Secured Drive provides a new level of
security with standard, proven and published cryptographic
algorithms (DES, 3DES, AES, GOST, SHA1, MD5).
- Easy to use. Tiasoft Secured Drive is easy to use. You need
only enter the appropriate password. After password verification, access
and use of the encrypted data become transparent for any application. No
further action is needed to keep new or altered data in the secure
- No "back door" in the software. No access possible under any
circumstances. If you forget a password, you will completely lose the
ability to access your data. There is no special procedure, secret code,
or hidden entry method to fall back on.
- Using in Network. Tiasoft Secured Drive software for Windows
95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP operating systems can use any network drive for
creating and accessing file-containers.