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SecureTrayUtil v3.95.0

Freeware
Vista / Win2k / Win7 / Win98 / WinME / WinXP
SecureTrayUtil is a tool for the system tray in Windows that provides quick access to security and encryption tools / systems.

The menu provides allowing hotkey shredding files, file hashes to be generated, and complementing several OTFE (On-The-Fly Encryption) systems by providing rapid access to their most used day-to-day functions, making them considerably easier to use.

The utility also incorporates self-destruct facilities for sensitive material, triggerable by hotkey, easily-built serial connector or secure Internet connection.

SecureTrayUtil features...

  • Support for several On-The-Fly Encryption (OTFE) systems:
    • CrossCrypt
    • E4M
    • PGPDisk
    • ScramDisk
    • TrueCrypt
  • OTFE support allows user definable programs to be executed on mount/dismount
  • Removes BestCrypt's inability to use BestCrypt volume files stored within subdirectories
  • Can compute the MD2, MD4, MD5, SHA, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, RIPEMD-128, RIPEMD-160, RIPEMD-256, RIPEMD-320, Tiger and GOST R 34.11-94 hash digests of any file (can optionally be configured as a shell extension)
  • Sits in the tasktray for convenience
  • Rapid use of security features by rightclicking a tasktray icon
  • Can be used on it's own for hotkey destruction of sensitive files, or used in conjunction with ScramDisk
  • Fast access to the most used OTFE functions such as mounting/dismounting volumes and viewing volume info
  • Ability to mount volumes (including ScramDisk volumes) as read-only
  • Details of encrypted volume files mounted
  • Hotkey dismounting of encrypted volumes
  • File shredder (Gutmann or pseudorandom passes)
  • Ability to shred free space (including slack) on your HDD (Gutmann or pseudorandom passes)
  • "Self-destruct" functionality:
    • Ability to destroy sensitive files and/or any encrypted volumes mounted upon pressing a user defined hotkey ("self-destruct"!)
    • Ability to destroy sensitive files and/or any encrypted volumes mounted upon activation of a trigger switch connected to a serial port
    • Ability to destroy sensitive files and/or any encrypted volumes mounted upon receiving a connection via the internet that is authenticated correctly
    • Ability to delete registry entries automatically
    • On "self-destruct", the system clock is changed for security reasons
  • When used under NT, SecureTrayUtil has the capability of enabling NT's pagefile overwrite-on shutdown facility (see Microsoft knowledgebase article Q182086: How to Clear the Windows NT Paging File at Shutdown)
  • Keyboard dialog to allow users to enter their passwords by clicking onscreen letters with a mouse instead of using the keyboard (ScramDisk support only; this functionality is available as Delphi Component that can be downloaded with the source code)
  • Runs under MS Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
  • Source code freely available for download
  • Does not make any entries in the registry (unless specifically requested to). Configuration is held in an easily destroyed ".ini" file
  • Ability to "touch" user selected files date/timestamps on startup/exit/regular intervals
  • Search for encrypted volume files functionality
  • ...And more!

Free Download
SecureTrayUtil v3.95.0Filesize: 1.35 MB

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SecureTrayUtil v3.95.0

Keywords:
securetrayutil encryption security truecrypt

License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 09 Apr 2012
Downloads 325
File size 1.35 MB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English  
Operating systems Vista / Win2k / Win7 / Win98 / WinME / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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