- AES 256 bit in CBC-Mode – Military strength AES software encryption in CBC-mode, more secure than ECB.
- Fast– Read and write speeds up to 5x that over USB 2.0 models.
- Anti-Tampering – Password protection and anti-tampering techniques to ensure application integrity.
- Regulatory Compliance – Where data encryption is an essential requirement for regulatory compliance, Safexs Guardian XT offers the right protection for all data stored on portable devices.
- Password Policy – A strong default password policy of 8 characters, 1 Uppercase (A), 1 Lowercase (a) and 1 Digit (1) to help users create a complex and secure password.
- Brute Force Protection – Prevent against password guessing attacks, Safexs Guardian application resets after 10 failed password attempts.
- Super Strong – Forged from an ultra strong metal alloy, Safexs Guardian XT will work even in the most extreme of environments.
- Timer Lockdown – Protect unauthorised access to your files, while you are away from your computer, the timer feature locks the Safexs Guardian application after a configurable period of time.
- Available Storage Indicator – Available storage indicator shows how much space you have remaining on your Safexs Guardian drive, as well as the destination device.
- Intuitive Interface – Quick to set-up and easy to use drag and drop interface, even for users with very little computer knowledge.
- Cross Platform Support* – Safexs Guardian XT runs on PC, Mac and Linux based operating systems, easily and securely through an easy to use GUI.
- Computer Protection – Protect your computer from potential unauthorised access by locking, logging out or shutting down after a period of inactivity.
- Updatable – Access to future operating system support and new features via Safexs Guardian updater.
- Developed in the EU – Designed in Sweden and developed within the EU, Safexs Guardian complies with existing and future EU Data Protection Directives.
*In versions prior and including Ubuntu 10.4 LTS and OpenSUSE 11.2 executing applications from removable devices was/is possible, unfortunately starting with Ubuntu 12.4 the manufacturers decided that its inconvenient for the user to see the message “Do you want to open as executable or to open this file with the appropriate application?” so they simply disabled being able to execute an application from a FAT32 formatted device, like all USB storage devices are.
One of our customers provided us with a workaround, but it doesn’t work for all customers, please visit our support centre and knowledge base.