Disk Encryption and Data Protection Software

For over ten years, Exlade has been active in the professional protection of information from various levels of data theft threats. This includes everything from protecting personal e-mails and confidential data on home computers to revolutionary breakthroughs, financial reports and commercial secrets on workstations on corporate networks.

The tools developed by Exlade combine the latest professional methods for information protection with ease of use. The company's solutions are non-trivial while possessing rock-solid reliability.

Our products

Disk Encryption Software - Cryptic Disk

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Transparent container and disk encryption software

Cryptic Disk creates virtual encrypted disks and also encrypts hard disks, USB drives and memory cards. This allows you to maintain secrets both on a home computer and on a workstation. Data encryption makes use of the best algorithms (any of the following modern cryptographic algorithms can be used: AES/Rijndael, Serpent, Twofish, Blowfish, CAST6), and takes place in real time without affecting computer performance. Cryptic Disk provides its users with maximum functionality for protecting their information. Using Cryptic Disk means protecting your data without compromises!

Comprehensive suite of hard-drive password protection/access restriction tools

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Comprehensive suite of hard-drive protection/access restriction tools

Disk Password Protection is a utility providing expert-level protection of your data against unauthorized access by setting a unique password. You can both restrict access to information on specific disks or partitions, and password protect any OS load.
Because Disk Password Protection works at the low, hardware level, its protection mechanisms start working with the disk directly, even before the operating system and any third party software are launched. Your passwords are securely encrypted and stored in the read-protected areas of the disk.



World News

June 23, 2011 - SEC to Charge Companies Failing to Encrypt Customer Data
GunnAllen Financial has been fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for breaching customer data security, and it’s not the first time that GunnAllen has been accused of violating customer privacy rules. It has already faced three cases of stolen laptops and one case of unauthorized access to corporate email by a former employee.
June 6, 2011 - Dropbox Accused of Intentionally Underprotecting 25 Million Customers’ Data
The Federal Trade Commission has recently announced that private information of Dropbox’s customers is not secure any more. Let us remind that Dropbox specializes in cloud-based data storage services and has more than 25 million users.
November 15, 2009 - NHS Trust patient records repeatedly exposed over the last month
Several patient data theft cases were brought to the attention of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) over the last month. Those involved eight desktop computers and four laptops containing sensitive patient details stolen from different hospitals. In most cases, the computer equipment was neither protected with any of encryption means, nor kept physically secure in locked premises, thus, carelessly exposing patients’ mental and physical health details to the risk of unauthorized access or theft.
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