Total control over file/folder operations at the user & application level. Login monitor traces user activity: user login, logoff, etc from the local computer and network.
There are two types of access control: user-specific and process-specific access rights.
File isolation. Any file from any process.
True file/folder hidden attribute to make the file/folder inaccessible for any Windows program, unlike the Dos and Windows HIDDEN attribute.
File access blocking (Read\ Write\Rename\Delete)
Ability to block the start of any executable file (EXE DLL COM BAT HTML XML IS CLASS, 32/16 bit applications, Win32, Win 16, Dos, DPMI).
File system-independent extended attributes stored in a distributed database (UNIX-stile data security architecture). This allows the user to set extended attributes on removable network media.
File wiping to prevent unauthorized data recovery. Upon deleting, a file will be automatically wiped without further chance to recover deleted file. No need to wipe files manually.
Unauthorized file modification protection (CRC-128). If a file is modified by a user, that will block access to it until administrator finds the reason and source for that modification using the audit system.
Data Encription Systems Features
True-On-The-Fly-Encryption (TOTFE) allows the user to enter its password only once at windows logon.
Guarantee that a decrypted file will never appear in Windows swap files.
Strong Encryption. We use an industry standard AES encryption algorithm with 2S6-bit key in the Cipher Block Chaining mode.
Secure encryption key generation. We use a complex randomized block key and variable-length key generated from the user password (MDS algorithm)
Secure file transferring. Files from the remote storage are transferred in the encrypted form and decrypted only on the host.
File Monitor Features
Flexible and detailed monitoring of all operations for any file.
Processes - file operations linking.
File monitor log filtering and highlighting.
Powerful file monitor logs search by file masks and regular expressions.