Cybersafe Top Secret: encryption software
CyberSafe Top Secret gives you the ability to encrypt files and folders in different ways. When protecting files on a local computer, they can be placed in an encrypted partition of a logical disk, can be kept in a virtual encrypted volume, or can be stored in a folder protected by the transparent encryption feature.
When transferring files to other users, you can use Public Key Infrastructure, password encryption or encrypted self-extracting archives.
Supports Several Cryptoproviders
OpenSSL is an open-source cryptographic toolkit that allows you to create RSA, DH, and DSA keys, X.509 and PKCS#12 certificates, digital signatures, and form CSR and CRT.
OpenPGP is a Public Key Infrastructure-based email encryption protocol, which defines standard formats for encrypted messages, digital signatures, private keys, and also allows digital signature validation when exchanging public keys.
CyberSafe Top Secret uses a two-factor authentication system. This means that you not only need to know the password to access encrypted files, but also you need to have the private key, which must be stored on a removable disk, not a personal computer .
In this way, even if an intruder somehow manages to figure out your password, they still won’t be able to get access to the encrypted files as the private key is exclusively in your possession.
The Trusted Applications System
The Trusted Applications System was added to CyberSafe Top Secret to strengthen its security. It creates a list of trusted programs that will be able to access protected files for the folder the files are kept in, while the files that are not trusted will not have access. This allows you to limit access to confidential information for spyware, malware and other unwanted applications.