East-tec SafeBit is the perfect electronic vault you need for your privacy. It features on-the-fly AES encryption, by creating virtual encrypted disk drives, where you can hide files and folders, keep them encrypted all the time, but still work with them just like you work with normal files. Data is decrypted automatically during the transfer from disk to memory, and re-encrypted when data is written back to disk. This process is transparent to the user. Safes can be created on your local or external hard-disks, on USB sticks or other removable devices, on CD/DVD, and over the network, in full-rights mode, or read-only mode. You can save the passwords on removable disk devices, such as USB stick, memory cards, and use them as key to open your safes. East-tec SafeBit allows you to change the name, description, drive letter, password, size and you can also set to open safes automatically on Windows start-up. The software maintains the security of data even in case of incorrect system shutdown or system crash by keeping the files always encrypted. Container files are protected against accidental deletion. Security is increased also by the 'automatic closure system' and emergency hotkeys. To improve the security of your data you can use the Virtual Keyboard while entering the passwords, this will prevent any key logger software from stealing them. East-tec Safebit is the perfect supplement to a firewall and antivirus program, and stands as the last line of defense in case these fail. Nothing can crack the strong 256-bit AES encryption the program uses (selected by the U.S. government as its official encryption standard). It has a very intuitive user interface which makes it friendly for computer beginners and also powerful for experienced IT experts that search for a reliable file encryption solution. It will protect your confidential information against possible thefts, or from your boss, wife, kids, competitors, hackers, viruses or trojans even if your firewall fails.
What is new in this release:
Windows 8.1 compatibility added