Security software for your files, folders, and drives
DEKSI Shield is a professional application designed to enable you to hide and password protect your folders and set access rights.DEKSI Shield is the most advanced, powerful and feature rich protection program for your computer system: hide files, folders, and drives, and set access rules using flexible security combinations for your most valuable data. A unique feature of DEKSI Shield is the combination of data hiding and encrypting. Here are some key features of "DEKSI Shield":
· Ability to hide files, folders, or drives from all other users (including the administrator).
· Encrypts files and folders.
· A mask that allows you to hide file groups (for example, c:\*.doc).
· Ability to set permissions (Read, Write, Visibility, Delete) for any files, folders, and drives. For example, you can make your files Read Only and make it impossible to delete them.
· An access lock on your private folders and settings (My Documents, Favorites, Control Panel, Internet History, etc.
· A protection wizard.
· Password protection for files, folders, and drives.
· Unlimited number of objects to protect.
· Access restrictions on your data against local network users as well as Internet users.
· Password-protected start of DEKSI Shield.
· Password-protected uninstall of DEKSI Shield.
· Use of hot keys to start DEKSI Shield and to change the protection mode from other Windows applications.
· Trusted processes that allow you to specify the process that can override the protection.
· Stealth Mode that allows you to hide the program from other people.
· Ability to lock your Windows desktop so that users cannot delete, add, or modify the shortcuts and icons on your desktop.
· Adds files and folders via an Explorer menu command.
· Enables protection automatically if the computer has been idle.
· Protects files and folders even in Windows Safe Mode.
· High-level protection.
· High performance rates.
· Multilingual interface.
· Support of FAT, FAT32, and NTFS systems.
· 512 MB RAM
· 30 days trial