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Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Steganos Safe 2007 enhances privacy protection


The latest release of the leading encryption application enables Outlook email, calendars and contacts to be protected; increases the maximum size of each encrypted safe to 256GB and enables Apple iPods to be used as portable safes and keys.

Steganos has launched the latest generation of its market-leading encryption application, Steganos Safe 2007. New features in Steganos Safe 2007 include the ability to use picture sequences as passwords, support for Apple iPods to be used to store encrypted data or keys, and protection of data in Microsoft Outlook. The maximum size of each safe has been quadrupled to 256GB.

Steganos Safe 2007 enables users to create any number of secure virtual drives, in which data is safely stored and encrypted. Each drive can now hold up to 256GB, providing plenty of space for film archives, photo albums, multimedia files, diaries, tax documents, emails and business reports to be protected. Users can change the size of each individual drive at any time they please. The drives can be accessed directly from within applications, through Windows Explorer and through any internet browser. Steganos Safe 2007 is compatible with previous versions of the software and can open safes created with earlier versions. To enable the safes to be more easily identified, users can now give each safe a different colour and sort safes alphabetically, by creation date, by size or by colour code.

With the new version of Steganos Safe, data can now be shredded on USB keys, external drives and other external storage devices. As in previous versions, Steganos Safe 2007 includes Anti-Crash-Protection to ensure that data is protected even if the computer crashes. The software is supported with free automated updates within a generation of the software. Steganos Safe 2007 now supports Windows XP with 64 bit processors.


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