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Giveaway of the day — SensiGuard

SensiGuard is the quick, easy way to protect your documents, pictures, passwords and more with powerful 256-bit AES encryption.
$39 SCADUTA
User Rating: 241 (31%) 545 (69%) 1 commenti

SensiGuard era disponibile come app gratuita il 06 giugno 2011!

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Gestire i vostri conti bancari, i pagamenti e le transazioni in modo più semplice.

Le informazioni personali che conservate sul vostro computer sono al sicuro? Salvate dati sensibili in  cartelle non protette? Come potete salvaguardare la vostra privacy e nascondere i vostri dati dagli occhi indiscreti?

Rilassatevi. Il software per la cifratura delle cartelle SensiGuard vi proteggerà da tutte queste minacce. Si tratta del modo più veloce e facile per proteggere documenti, immagini, password e molto altro ancora con una potente cifratura a 256-bit AES – così non dovrete più preoccuparvi.


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Requisiti di Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7 (x32 and x64)

Produttore:

WebMinds

Homepage:

http://sensiguard.com/

Dimensione File:

6.27 MB

Prezzo:

$39

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#1

Salve.Personalmente lo ritengo ottimo per la sua praticità inoltre pur essendo in lingua Inglese e intuitivo ,comunque nel sito dell autore potete avvalervi del tutorial video anchesso di facile comprenzione.Eventualmente se temete di perdere il software per eventuale formattazione (fare backup)scaricate il software dal sito autore potreste se reistallato "in versione prova" recuperare eventuali cartelle criptate in dischi removibili (soluzione consigliata per salvare dati importanti).Detto tutto questo non comprendo tanti pollici giu' anche perchè rispetto a software free alternativo questo è veramente semplice e funzionante

Rispondi   |   Stefano.A  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (0)
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#5

@1 - Mark Fordworth

Again the inevitable - "What if I needed to reinstall to get access to my data, yet wasn't willing to purchase the software?"

Response -

Today, SensiGuard and GOTD have provided a "Real Registration Key" - Which means you can download the trial (version 3.2) of SensiGuard - and keep it aside with the registration key. At a later date - when your house is flattened by a giant meteorite - you can install the trial and enter the key from today. NB. There is no guarantee that the key will work with a version other than 3.2

If you didn't have a registration key....

1. Download the trial version - Download SensiGuard now.
2. Install the trial version.
3. un-encrypt all of your important data.
4. Uninstall the trial version.

Failing this - you could always contact the developers for help - I'm sure if you explained the situation, that they wouldn't want to hold your important data to ransom.

Alternatively - the software costs $39 and has a 30 day full refund guarantee - no questions asked. Pay the $39 - remove the encryption from your drives - get a refund.

There is always a way around this "non-problem".

Personally if I was using this to protect my important data over an extended period, and felt the product was good enough to use for this purpose - I'd probably think purchasing the program to secure my important data was worth $39. In fact replacing or recovering from the loss of my important data would cost me many times $39.

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Finally - the first person to work out how to silence that damn #@!%#$^ chime sound, wins a cookie! (Turning off all sound isn't an acceptable answer).

Update: Running Windows 7. The sound being played repeatedly is the Windows "Default Beep". Still not sure why the app is triggering that sound file repeatedly. I've just disassociated any sound from that event for now.

Thanks for the (multiple) suggestions to mute SensiGuard from the Windows 7 Sound Mixer. Unfortunately I don't have the option to mute just one application - it is all or nothing.

BuBBy  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+188)
#4

Oh, another program that I can use to encrypt all of my important data, but can only install it free today. When Windows does what Windows does and eventually needs reinstalled, I would either have to buy the software or accept the loss of all of my personal data. Thanks but no thanks, I've lost other GOTD software when I had to reinstall windows, don't want to lose my important data.

Mark Fordworth  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+119)
#3

Registered and installed fine on W7/x64.
I think most reviews here will have the same theme; Why use proprietary software that has no support and will expire in a year when you can use a powerful encryption program like TrueCrypt which is free? They would be correct unless you like this program and intend to purchase it. It's worth a try but although it's more complicated to learn, TrueCrypt is very powerful. Just setting the security for it is somewhat of an ordeal but it makes it more secure.
This product is very fast to set up. There are 3 security question, you create a password and you are good to go. Unless a pro hacker uses social engineering and hacking tools, this would be a secure enough program for you if you choose to purchase it.

They advertise the program as a "....quick and easy way to lock your sensitive files and folders." and that's exactly what you get.

Thumbs up but I wouldn't secure anything important with it unless I was purchasing it.

Craig  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+49)
#2

There are some nice videos on the website. This is a more complete encryption package than we usually see here. The description doesn't mention a number of the features, like USB encryption vaults in addition to file/folder encryption. Clearly, a lot of thought went into ease-of-use. I think that some home users may like this for the features and ease-of-use. The ability to decrypt if you forget your password does open up an additional attack vector, so I wouldn't recommend this for corporate use. While I prefer to stick with open-source solutions like AxCrypt, TrueCrypt, and FreeOTFE, and true password managers like Sticky Password, I can see where some people may prefer the all-in-one nature of SensiGuard (although I would still recommend a password manager like Sticky Password).

I'll let others who like to comment on installation issues do so, but I find much of the nonsense tiresome. You can't give accurate counts of registry changes, as much of that is related to normal Windows housekeeping and unrelated activity. Counts are also meaningless. There's no such thing as "garbage" registry entries, that's a serious lack of understanding of how Windows works. Adding entries to the registry isn't a bad thing, the information needs to be kept somewhere. Whether it's in individual files or a common database is largely irrelevant. The database nature of the registry provides for fast access speeds largely independent of size, which isn't the case for individual files. Everything in the registry is there for a reason. Shell entries and associated most-recently used (MRU) lists are for providing the features of Windows Explorer. UserAssist entries are for providing the features of the Start menu. MuiCache entries are for providing fast access to the UI of programs which are multilingual. Anytime you see the word "cache" associated with computers, it's nearly always for providing speed. File open/save MRU lists are for providing drop-down options in file open/save dialog boxes. Statistics are used to monitor the performance of Windows for detecting problems. Tracking information is used for prefetch, Superfetch, and disk defragmentation. Cleaners are written and used by people who don't know anything about Windows. No one who knows what they're doing writes or uses "cleaners", they destroy the features and performance of Windows. Stick with Microsoft tools, like Disk Cleanup (and even then I deselect most things).

Fubar  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+43)
#1

@4 - Mjdemontigny. Hopefully if the power goes off, the ringing chime might stop also (I'm not referring to the residual ringing you will hear in your ears BTW).

BuBBy  –  8 years ago  –  Ritieni questo commento utile?  | no (+35)

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