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Protect Your Personal and Business Files with Advanced Encryption

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Are you concerned about the safety and privacy of your personal files and data? GhostVolt is the ultimate security app that ensures the protection of your files and folders, giving you complete control over who has access to them. With industry-standard 256 AES encryption, GhostVolt secures all your personal files, including health records, photos, movies, tax returns, and any other sensitive documents, helping you fight against cybercriminals who want to steal your data for identity theft, ransomware, blackmail, and other criminal attacks.

And the best part? GhostVolt works just like your regular file manager, so you already know how to use it. It also integrates seamlessly with Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive, allowing you to automatically backup and sync your protected files across your computers. You'll also enjoy the convenience of an integrated secure note manager, secure file sharing, file comments and tagging, and much more.

But that's not all. For businesses, GhostVolt offers even more value with features like team collaboration, team member roles, file and folder auditing and reporting, usage statistics, asset restriction, and much more. It even helps keep your business compliant with data protection regulations.

Don't let cybercriminals compromise your data and privacy. Protect your files and folders with GhostVolt today!

This promotion includes the following:
GhostVolt Solo v2.38.22.0 ($99.99)
GhostVolt Business 3 Users ($135)

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Adrian Williams I'd also be interested in a full-featured portable version. I use Boxcryptor and would seriously consider moving over to Ghostvault because of Boxcryptors new partnership with dropbox and their new licencing. Ghostvault appears to be more transparent and the lifetime licence offer is appealing. One clarification I'd like is : Can Ghostvault have more than one repository? 2nd question : can the repository be located within a folder on a specified drive rather than the root. Setting the repository location only gives me drives as an option.
Mar 7 at 3:28am Copy Link
Stephen Kreyling If our hard drive fails and we can not get it to release a license, how do we get the use of the license again? or are we without a solution to this problem?
Mar 7 at 3:54am Copy Link
steven User Hi Adrian,

Unfortunately, GhostVolt repositories can only be located within the root of a drive, e.g. c:\GhostVolt. However, GhostVolt does work within sub-directories as we do this for Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive - we’ll be updating GhostVolt soon to allow custom locations.

You cannot connect a single instance of GhostVolt to more than one repository I’m afraid. I’ve added this feature to our roadmap.

GhostVolt Ltd - Mar 7 at 4:02am Copy Link
steven User Hi Stephen,

Right now, you’d need to let us know and we’ll update your licence, so it becomes available. We should have a self-service page soon where you can perform the reset yourself.

It’s also worth noting that you can install GhostVolt on 2 computers (If you need more, we can increase this for you for free) so there is a little bit of room for issues such as computers breaking.


GhostVolt Ltd - Mar 7 at 4:06am Copy Link
Adrian Williams Hi Steven,
Thanks for the quick reply.
Re : connecting to more than 1 repository. Can you close a repository and open another ie have only one repository open at a time ? I know they'd have to be on separate drives. That could be used for, say, 'personal' and a separate 'business' approach
Mar 7 at 4:06am Copy Link
steven User Adrian,

GhostVolt uses client-server architecture which means you need to be running a GhostVolt server on the computer which is hosting your repository. Given your use-case is a portable drive, this will not be possible as your drive is a simple storage device and cannot run a windows server.

I believe the ability to connect to multiple repositories on different storage devices is a great enhancement to GhostVolt and will add the feature to an upcoming release.

GhostVolt Ltd - Mar 7 at 5:11am Copy Link
Adrian Williams I'm finding GhostVault very restrictive having spent a bit of time with it. Dragging files into Ghostvault works but dragging out doesn't. Also, if you have a program like Filemaker which tries to open another file in the same folder - it cant. Ghostvault doesn't integrate at all with windows explorer ie you need to use the bespoke explorer. Filenames are encrypted but folder names aren't. I can see Ghostvault uses a different approach to file management than, say cryptomator which creates a new 'drive' but gives full control via the native windows explorer. I also see the message 'uploading to server'' when the files are being encrypted to a local drive which worries me a lot. Having tried the demo I think I'll stick with Cryptomator and Boxcryptor.
Mar 7 at 5:13am Copy Link
steven User One of the core principles of GhostVolt is to keep your files and data secure at all times. That's why, when working with your documents, you use GhostVolt's secure workspace instead of Windows Explorer. As we all know, Windows has many security limitations that GhostVolt's workspace addresses.

If you need to drag your secure files out of the GhostVolt workspace, you can do so using the export function, which performs several security operations to prevent data leaks. For instance, plaintext files are automatically shredded to enhance security.

When you see the message "uploading to server", it means your files are being transported to your local repository via your GhostVolt server, as GhostVolt uses a client-server protocol. However, this message may be confusing and mistaken for uploading to the internet. We plan to update the message to make it clearer.

Thanks for trying GV!

GhostVolt Ltd - Mar 7 at 10:35am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! GhostVolt Ltd has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 8 at 12:11am Copy Link

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