Secure Hive

Secure Hive

Encryption tool for emails, documents and part documents
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Secure Hive is a powerful tool for secure archiving and sharing of files. It enables you to create encrypted archives and self-extracting .exe files for secure storage and file sharing.
It also includes a simple but powerful means of encrypting parts of, or entire, documents, email messages, etc.
Secure Hive offers the enterprise a method of:
Securing sensitive documents
Protecting information during transfer
Securing emails
Securing portions of a document (e.g. individual graphics or clauses in a contract)
Protecting the integrity of your company by ensuring information is kept confidential
Controlling access to documents and files using digital certificates

Unlike other, similar, products Secure Hive incorporates a number of features that make it ideal for both enterprise and personal use:
A password or digital certificates can be used to control access to archives.
Archives can be signed with a digital certificate.
Archives can be recovered by assigning a certificate for recovery.
Archives can be created and sent directly to an email client.
Archives can be created and sent directly to CD r/w, USB memory devices, etc.
A file in an archive can be accessed simply by double clicking.
Secure Hive is fully integrated with Microsoft Office applications, permitting encryption of documents and in-place encryption / decryption of parts of documents, including text and graphics.
Secure Hive can be used to encrypt clipboard content while preserving the format of the data.
Secure Hive can be fully controlled by an administrator
Secure Hive supports a command line interface for batch processing of files and archives.

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