If you need to send sensitive data over the Internet you should encrypt it first. But what about the other side? Your correspondent will probably not like the idea of buying and learning some software just to decrypt your file. No problem here if you are using Silver Key!
Ideal for Secure File Transfer
Silver Key produces encrypted files (or parcels) ideally suited for sending sensitive data over an insecure channel like the Internet. Silver Key parcels are self-extracting, so the correspondent on the receiving end does not need to install any software to decrypt the file.
Creating an encrypted parcel with Silver Key is incredibly easy. All you need to do is right-click a file or a folder and select ‘Create Parcel’. Silver Key will produce an encrypted file, which you can upload to an Internet server, send over your local network, or just attach to an email.
If you need to protect your data according to HIPAA privacy regulations, Silver Key provides effortless incorporation of HIPAA-compliant encryption into your existing data infrastructure.
Silver Key uses highly reputable Advanced Encryption Standard to protect user data, with its 256-bit encryption key far exceeding the HIPAA requirements. Needless to say, there is no backdoor – having the right key is the only way to get access to encrypted data.
Passwords Made Reliable
Mistyped encryption passwords have likely killed more data than computer viruses. Silver Key uses a state-of-art password dialog that greatly simplifies the process of entering passwords, and makes typing errors unlikely if not impossible.
If you want more than just encrypt a file, the Silver Key Parcel Designer is your tool. Use it to access the full power of Silver Key and create more advanced parcels. You can add encrypted and unencrypted comments, create shortcuts on the target computer, and even include an uninstaller!
The fully functional command-line interface lets you use Silver Key as a part of automated data processing system. Silver Key does not require a user desktop and can be used in unattended mode.