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Old 02-20-2007, 08:41 PM
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Does Vandyke have tools to protect data at rest?


Does Vshell or other tools from Vandyke have the ability to secure stored data (e.g. files in a shared folder)?

Understand that SFTP Virtual Directories from Vshell can allow some level of access control to be defined. But I can't seem to find information on whether data are encrypted at rest (before or after they are transferred over the network). Does Vshell have the functionality to encrypt stored data?

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Old 02-22-2007, 09:37 AM
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VShell does not currently support encrypting the files at rest, nor do we offer such an encryption tool. However, using a VShell trigger it would be possible to run a script or a command line program which encrypts a file that was uploaded via SFTP.

Do you think running a VShell trigger to encrypt uploaded files would help you?
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