Get Digital Security Suite. This package contains both the Digital Document Shredder and the Digital Document Encryptor in one complete suite.
Windows 7, Vista and XP certified and awarded software suitable for both the enterprise and private user. Encrypt sensitive documents and other private digital information you have on your computer. Product reknowned for it's user-friendliness. Supports up to 480 bit strong encryption. Ideal for encrypting attachements to be sent by email.
The software also allows you to permanently remove selected information on your hard drive and other memories. When you delete a file, empty your Recycle Bin or even format your hard disk, the information is NOT removed from your computer. These commands only alter the structure of the drive, leaving most of the data intact and recoverable with software tools easily available. This means that someone else can recreate the files that you think you have already deleted. The only true way to permanently remove unwanted files and data is to use file shredding software. File shredding utilizes an advanced algorithm technique of overwriting your files multiple times so that the information contained in them is no longer readable, thus destroying the original data forever.
The following standards and technologies are currently supported:
AES-standard Rijndael, 256 bits
Blowfish, 448 bits
Twofish, 256 bits
SafeIT-algorithm, 480 bits
HMG Infosec Standard 5, Baseline & Enhanced
Peter Gutmann's algorithm
U.S.Department of Defense Sanitizing (DOD 5220.22-M)
Bruce Schneier's algorithm.
Navy Staff Office Publication (NAVSO P-5239-26) for RLL
The National Computer Security Center (NCSC-TG-025)
Air Force System Security Instruction 5020
US Army AR380-19
German Standard VSITROPNAVINST 5239.1A
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Recent Changes: Not Established
Install Support: Install and Uninstall
Supported Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Other, Swedish
Additional Requirements: Not Established