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e-Capsule Private Safe HD

Editors' Review

by   / March 12, 2009

This encryption tool lets you take your private files and folders with you so that you can access them at any time and any place. Though it took a few visits to the Help file to navigate e-Capsule Private Safe HD's interface, it successfully encrypted test data.

During e-Capsule Private Safe HD's installation process, we were asked to enter several pass phrases for the four levels of access: Private, Public, Admin, and Shred. While we appreciated the multiple layers of security, having to remember so many passwords was a pain. But the program can be saved to an external disk so that you can access it from any location.

The user interface was beautifully designed, with self-explanatory command and menu options at the top of the window. But despite its basic design, we still had to pay a visit to the help menu to figure out how to get started. After selecting the Administration option, we were shown three folders: Private, Public, and Admin. The interface incorporates drag-and-drop functionality, which made it easy to add files and folders for encryption. The program offers secure, AES 256 encryption. Shredding files also was very quick and easy. It required selecting the file, clicking on the shred button, and confirming the action.

Novices might not appreciate the unintuitive user interface and the short, 14-day trial period. But more experienced users will rest assured knowing that their files are safe and sound.

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Editors' Review

by   / March 12, 2009

This encryption tool lets you take your private files and folders with you so that you can access them at any time and any place. Though it took a few visits to the Help file to navigate e-Capsule Private Safe HD's interface, it successfully encrypted test data.

During e-Capsule Private Safe HD's installation process, we were asked to enter several pass phrases for the four levels of access: Private, Public, Admin, and Shred. While we appreciated the multiple layers of security, having to remember so many passwords was a pain. But the program can be saved to an external disk so that you can access it from any location.

The user interface was beautifully designed, with self-explanatory command and menu options at the top of the window. But despite its basic design, we still had to pay a visit to the help menu to figure out how to get started. After selecting the Administration option, we were shown three folders: Private, Public, and Admin. The interface incorporates drag-and-drop functionality, which made it easy to add files and folders for encryption. The program offers secure, AES 256 encryption. Shredding files also was very quick and easy. It required selecting the file, clicking on the shred button, and confirming the action.

Novices might not appreciate the unintuitive user interface and the short, 14-day trial period. But more experienced users will rest assured knowing that their files are safe and sound.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 3.0.0.1034

Version 3.0.0.1034 implements transaction splitting, so the containers larger than 63GB can be properly formatted.

General

Publisher EISST
Publisher web site http://www.eisst.com/
Release Date March 20, 2008
Date Added March 20, 2008
Version 3.0.0.1034

Category

Category Security Software
Subcategory Encryption Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Additional Requirements Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

Download Information

File Size 16.48MB
File Name PSafeSetup.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 1,576
Downloads Last Week 2

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 14-day trial
Price $29.95
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