FILEWARDEN’S ENCRYPTION SOFTWARE FOR THE 22nd CENTURY
TRANSMIT SECURED DATA OVER UNSECURED LINES
THE MOST SECURE DATA SECURITY SOLUTION
PROTECT AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT
Welcome to FileWarden
Most encryption security software today operates at 256 bits, and has been doing so for the past decade. Unfortunately, that technology is archaic in today’s world with the tools that are now available to hackers. There are a select few programs that follow the high security standard of 512 bits. 512 bits is calculated as 256 bits times’ trillion 6th power. This represents considerably much greater encryption capability over the AES standard 256 bits. However, FileWarden’s cryptographic module utilizes Parallel Inverted Recursive Multi-Layered Technology which operates at 1024 bits of encryption, and by far leads the competition. The patent-pending proprietary technology represents the most advanced, easy-to-use, and fastest technology available today, with instant encryption with two simply clicks of the mouse. The FileWarden technology is ideal for the consumer, business, corporate and enterprise markets, offering the most comprehensive protection of confidential and sensitive data available on the market today.
Consumers-Using the services of Identity Theft Monitoring, of which there are many companies, is just not enough to protect you from Identity Theft. You will be alerted after the fact, after the damage has been done, and they will then attempt to help you fix the mess. FileWarden’s encryption software will allow you to protect all your confidential and sensitive data on your personal computers. The encryption is impenetrable by any know methodology today, and will protect any and all text files, PDF files, pictures and videos. It would take a supercomputer over 70 years working 24/7 to put your encrypted files in “readable form”. That is true security. You can’t prevent what happens with your confidential data at companies where you do business (Target, Neiman Marcus, GoDaddy and Yahoo etc) all who have experienced recent major security breaches ….but if you take action now, you certainly can protect what you have at home from Identity Theft.