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Secure Folder: File or Folder Encryption
Teamwork requires data to be shared, but security must be maintained. Folder encryption is an essential part of corporate security and protecting intellectual

pki smartcard  the certificate for the PKI is generated. Any number of safe creators can be defined. 2.11. Certificates and keys An important principle and advantage of Secure Folder is that of certificate-based authentication. This method depends on certificates that conform to the X.509v3 standard. The certificates themselves contain various items of information, which allow the software to authenticate the user, and can also serve as authorization for the user to access certain functionalities. A user's certificate

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