BladeBox Iron Edition 1.1

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Software Specifications


BladeBox Iron Edition Screenshot
Editor Rating
0.0
Version:
1.1
Size:
2.20 MB
License [?]:
Freeware
Price:
Not available
Last Updated:
Category:
Encryption, Decryption and File Wiping Software
Developer:
Liveye
Operating System:
Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Server 2003
Additional Requirements:
None
Limitations
Not available

BladeBox Iron Edition Review

" Creates virtual AES-256 encrypted volumes (disks). "

BladeBox creates virtual encrypted volumes, which are AES-ENCRYPTED files which can be mounted as if they were disk drives (with a DOS drive letter too). Virtual Encrypted Volumes (VEV) are seen and considered by the operating system as if they were actual volumes (drives), they have a drive letter, a volume name, and you can see them inside your My Computer resources and inside the Windows Explorer.

BUT actually they are transparently encrypted files on disk. Every time you write or read data to those volumes, the data buffer is transparently encrypted/decrypted on-the-fly. The key concept for security is that data on disk ALWAYS remain encrypted. BladeBox gives System Administrators full control over network deployment of Virtual Encrypted Volumes by providing support for an administrative master password. Volumes can be automatically unmounted after XX (user-defined) minutes of inactivity or they can be quickly and silently unmounted by pressing the proper hot-key (special combination of keys).


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