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SecureDoc 4.6 expands to handle Mac encryption

updated 02:45 pm EDT, Thu March 19, 2009

SecureDoc 4.6 rollout

WinMagic has begun deploying SecureDoc 4.6, an updated version of its encryption platform. The software is used to deploy full-disk encryption to a company's computers, in the form of 256-bit AES; delivery can be handled through standalone code or via the SecureDoc Enterprise Server. New to the platform is support for Mac and 64-bit Windows systems, in addition to existing Linux and 32-bit versions of Windows.

SecureDoc now also supports BlackArmor drives, as well as new token and smartcard configurations including Dell's E-Series. Active Directory sync has been redesigned, and the administration console has received a variety of improvements. Credential provider support has meanwhile been introduced for Windows Vista. Buyers must contact WinMagic for pricing schemes.




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