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FileStream Secure Disk (180-day subscription) Giveaway
$59.95
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Giveaway of the day — FileStream Secure Disk (180-day subscription)

FileStream Secure Disk est la solution parfaite pour protéger vos informations sensibles du vol et autres attaques.
$59.95 EXPIRÉ
Note des utilisateurs: 151 (9%) 1625 (91%) 4 commentaires

L'offre gratuite du jour pour FileStream Secure Disk (180-day subscription) était valable le 11 septembre 2011!

Offre gratuite du jour
$33.15
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Create a Blu-ray disc/folder/ISO image file.

FileStream Secure Disk est la solution parfaite pour protéger vos informations sensibles du vol et autres attaques. Il transforme une partie ou l’ensemble de votre disque dur, d’un lecteur USB flash, ou d’un lecteur amovible en un véritable coffre-fort, auquel l’utilisateur peut accéder comme pour tous lecteurs, mais à l’unique condition de rentrer son identifiant d’utilisateur et son mot de passe.

L’ensemble de vos informations privées stockées sur le Secure Disk est protégé par un cryptage solide avec des options de 256 bits ou 448 bits. Vous pouvez créer facilement autant de coffre-fort de toute taille que vous voulez pour compartimenter les données avec la capacité de déplacer les fichiers d’un coffre à l’autre.

Configuration minimale:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7 (x32/x64)

Éditeur:

FileStream

Page web:

http://www.filestream.com/securedisk/

Taille du fichier:

17.8 MB

Prix:

$59.95

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#4

Super, après les 180 jours, je recupère mes fichiers cryptés comment ?

Réponse   |   Dino  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#3

Quel est l’intérêt par rapport à TrueCrypt ? à part devoir acheter ce truc une fois la licence expirée pour pouvoir récupérer ses données...

Réponse   |   Xv  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#2

Pour ceux qui aurait eu du mal a obtenir l'enregistrement:

S"enregistrer sur:
http://www.filestream.com/register/fsd-gotd-180-register.php
ET ENVOYER un mail à gotd@filestream.com (peut importe, c'est automatique, afin de vérifier que le mail est réel)

Au bout de 180 jours, le renouvellement de votre licence sera demander.

Il créer des "contenaires" pour encapsuler vos fichier important.
(comme Truecrypt, si vous connaissez, bien meilleur celons moi et open source)

Réponse   |   Moi  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#1

Franchement, qui voudrait payer 60$ pour ça alors que des gratuiciels comme TrueCrypt font la même chose et sans limitation à 180 jours d'utilisation ?
Même si ce logiciel semble proposer une solide protection et peut-être aussi quelques autres avantages, son prix est trop élevé et la plupart des gratuiciels sur le marché suffisent amplement à sécuriser les données de l'utilisateur lambda. Si Filestream veut vendre, il va falloir sérieusement revoir le prix à la baisse. Bien sûr, cet avis n'engage que moi.

Réponse   |   grenier  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
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#5

What will happen after 180 days subscriptios is over? Do I have to buy the peoduct to get my files back? I dont understand the limited time subscription. It is not a antivirus product. It is more like a trial software with a extended trial. And what this software does, I would rather use True Crypt. It is free and gets the job done perfect.

SaikatXO  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+260)
#4

It is a tough field to compete with the TrueCrypt and Bestcrypt. I am sure it will do what it is suppose to do but who will pay $60 when you can get the best for free. My improvement idea is to download and play with TrueCrypt. No need to ask the GTD fans.

umaxy  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+224)
#3

Caution Needed using encryption software.

Will you still be able to get at your locked data after 180 days or a Windows reinstall.

Use freeware for this kind of task.

Dave  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+179)
#2

Very much useless as there are better alternatives, such as the Free Truecrypt or the built-in to windows 7 ultimate, BitLocker. Why would someone pay for a product like this when there are known products like those I mentioned?

But what use is this  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+156)
#1

I'm not understanding why there's so many steps in getting this thing installed. So lets start from the beginning.

1. Unzip downloaded file (normal)
2. Run GOTD Wrapper (normal)
3. Go to website to register (a bit odd)
First, I'm looking at their dialog. It says it requires a password. Huh. OK. You probably, though, will see the registration form first. For some reason, they want more personal information than necessary. I just typed in name, email, and country. The next page you see is a thank you page. Now this page looks very wrong. It has a TrialPay ad for one of its products and a "free scan for Windows errors" ad. Now there's no explanation for the TrialPay, though it's tolerable because it's their own product. Then there's the other ad. Is that what you really want for a first impression? It's one of those crappy cleanup program ads you can find anywhere on the Internet, especially on unreputable download sites. OK, on to the next thing.
4. Email them (wait, what?)
Since when did we have to email a developer, ever? They all sent emails to us, and have us click a link to confirm it. This is abnormal.
5. Enter key to begin (um, sure)
6. Extract MSI installer (finally)
7. MSI installer extracts EXE (huh?)
8. EXE extracts another EXE (WTF???)
9. Second EXE extracts yet another EXE (that's normal for InstallAware, I'm guessing)
10. EXE launches, presenting an MSI based installer (frigging finally)
Interesting thing to note is this is an OEM version. Maybe they're thinking of partnering with computer manufacturers. And as with those types of bundled software, this one's time limited.

Let's see how many extraction process we have. Not counting the GOTD wrapper, there's 4 extractions. The EXE that was extracted from the MSI is actually the same type as the initial extractor (the one the GOTD wrapper decrypts). Now, wouldn't it make more sense to set the password on that one instead of putting it in two more containers? Also, their so called "password" does squat. Everyone gets the same key, and it's compared to the constant key in the extractor. The contents are not even encrypted. With no problem, I was able to get to the source InstallAware package by unpacking each extractor with Resource Hacker, 7zip, and extracting the MSI with Orca. Seriously, if they have to run loops and still not be able to secure their own installer, then I don't know what security they're providing for your files.

So, in the end, save yourself from having to give info to this company. Don't fill their form, and don't email them. The product's just a long trial, and there's no online activation. I would post the password here, but the GOTD moderators will most likely delete them. Someone will leak it eventually. Or just grab a PE resource editor and a archiving program that can handle .CABs (Windows can natively). Of course, with all of their hoops to jump through, I'd rather stay away from them.

GMMan, A+, Game Modder  –  10 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+106)

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