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If you work on big projects involving lots of sensitive shared files that need to be shared in order to get anything done, you need to encrypt your work! And the best way to safeguard your information while having complete control over authorized team members is with today’s discount software promotion, GhostVolt!

GhostVolt enables you to configure encrypted shared team folders, with the authority over who can add, edit, view, and manage data within each folder. With GhostVolt, you’ll benefit from a variety of advanced user permissions, reports, and asset tracking. Grant and revoke access, and develop special user access permissions applicable on a team or individual basis.

Don’t rely on manual, case by case encryption that’s vulnerable to human error! GhostVolt offers fully automated encryption for both files at rest and in transit that will become a pillar of data loss prevention policy enforcement that never requires intervention. Best of all, GhostVolt uses 256-bit AES encryption, the world’s most advanced security standard, used by governments and enterprise corporations worldwide.

After you purchase GhostVolt, it may be used for 12 months.

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Dunking Just trying to be helpful here... I looked at the ad for this and thought it was probably something to do with using the sound card as an oscilloscope (particularly since one of the screenshots shows a graph which kind of looks that way when it's small). And then I realised that what you probably wanted to call this is GhostVAULT. Bit late to change your domain name, app name, etc, but hopefully this was an intentional play on words. I think it might come back to bite you, if so, just on the basis that it isn't obviously an encryption tool.
Apr 24 2019 at 2:48am Copy Link
Heidi-Ann Kennedy-Fourkiller With all due respect. . . pricing is way over the top for this type of program.
Apr 24 2019 at 4:06am Copy Link
steven User Hi @Heidi-Ann,

Which edition of GhostVolt would you say is overpriced?

We've priced the personal edition at $40 per year which is about average for this type of software. I guess things get kind of expensive when you're talking about the business edition, however, the business edition is meant for collaborative distributed teams which require full auditing, reporting, advanced user management and full asset control, all typically within compliance schemes such as HIPPA etc.

GhostVolt Ltd - Apr 24 2019 at 11:02am Copy Link
Mike Shanahan This is cloud-based SaaS?
Several things in the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy are abysmal.
(I found it ironic it was for encryption software.)
I also find the name ChostVolt as - odd. A play on "Vault" but misspelled?
Apr 24 2019 at 8:23pm Copy Link
Alexandre Emeriau @Heidi-Ann Kennedy-Fourkiller
Yes, also "After you purchase GhostVolt, it may be used for 12 months" is quite funny. Even if GhostVolt looks like (but need to be verified) much better than alternatives software, these alternatives bring the core feature for free so a killing pricing won't help at all.
Apr 25 2019 at 1:00am Copy Link
steven User @Mike GhostVolt currently runs on on-premise. We're currently working on the Cloud version where your data will be optionally stored in the cloud.

You did not mention what parts of our privacy and Terms policies were of concern so I can't comment.

@All the 'Volt' part of the App name signifies connectivity, specifically messages sent around a system with 'Force' or in our case, security.
GhostVolt Ltd - Apr 25 2019 at 2:35am Copy Link

Please note that all comments for this promotion will be screened before posting. It's nothing personal, just a step we have to take because of a few bad apples last time around.

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