Review: SecureDoc

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Review: SecureDoc

SecureDoc is a competent full disk encryptor that uses the AES algorithm and SHA-2 hashing. It works with a token to which the user can save the key file, rather than saving it on the computer. This adds significant extra security – if the user does not store the USB token in their laptop case. The product also supports basic password security and quite a wide range of third-party pre-boot authentication products.

SecureDoc is FIPS 140-1 level 2 compliant and has been certified to the Common Criteria (ISO 15408) to EAL 2. This says the product performs as represented, but is not as rigorous as higher EALs. For example, it is common in the firewall industry to be certified to EAL 3 or 4. There is a ...

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