...Announcing The World's First Electronic
Safe Deposit Box for all that private information you really, really want to
Chances are, if you're like me,
there are things you feel are no one else's business. Things you don't want them
to know about you.
But how safe is that data that defines
you? How secure is your social security number? Your passwords to certain
websites? In other words...
...stuff you just don't want
anyone to know about you -- or who you are!
Yet, it's hard to make sure no one
else can "accidentally" discover something that's none of
their business when you're away from your computer.
At the same time, you don't want to
have to memorize a laundry list of passwords -- or, a bunch of places where you
hid this or that bit of information.
Yet, on a given day, you
will probably need access to all this information you want to keep private. The problem is
that this is dangerous data in the wrong hands and it has to remain in your possession.
That's why we created PocketMac® SecureNotes™...it's the
first-ever software that acts as a safe deposit box for your Macintosh. It
will safely store everything from your Driver's License # to your auto insurance
policy number as well as source code snippets for you developers out there. Even
entire movies you want to keep private and safe.
Here's how it works...
PocketMac SecureNotes is built on top of an encrypted database.
What this means is that every time you add a new record, whether it's a driver's
license number or a social security number, or movies or photos, the application
automatically adds that entire item to its encrypted database. It only unlocks
the data if you have the right password to view it.
Here's a sample of what a typical page of PocketMac SecureNotes
looks like after you've entered all your crucial data into it. Each
"title" can safely store something as simple as a driver's license or
files -- like movies-- of up to 1 GB+ of information.
If you don't know the password or forget the password, the data
in PocketMac SecureNotes can't be open or viewed. Here's why...
This program is based on a 448-bit encryption scheme. What that
means, in practical terms, is that it can't be hacked into. At the present,
there has been no way to break such robust encryption-- because...
...with that level of encryption, one billion computers each
searching one billion keys per second, would need more than 10*10^24 years to
recover that information. Since the the age of the universe is estimated at
10*10^9 years, obviously, no one is going to stumble on this information by
trial and error.
This is why we've also made impossible to retrieve the password
if it's lost. In short...
...it's as secure as it can be.
Here's one example...
...say that I have a movie I've downloaded from the net. A movie
like that could be anywhere from 5MB to over 1 GB. To secure this in the
PocketMac SecureNotes database, I would create a new "Movie" card.
Then drag and drop the QuickTime movie onto the card I've just created. I then
click "Save" and only I can view this movie!
This shows a couple of things. First, you can store huge files
and keep them from prying eyes. Second, it's as easy as "drag and
...maximum security and peace of mind takes you minimum
amount of time.
This means that your industry secrets, federal tax IDs, passport
numbers, credit card numbers, movies and more will be safe from prying eyes but
available with a few mouse clicks. This in turn means that if anybody steals
your laptop, they're not going to get any of your secrets.
And best of all...
...you can try the full product for 15 days without
investing a dime.
That's right. Test
the heck out of it for 15 days. Enter some data. Set a password. See if it works
for your needs.
Once you've convinced yourself it's the right solution for you, it's less than the cost of
a couple of DVDs to have the the peace of mind of your personal data
If you're like me and need access
to critical but sensitive data,
PocketMac SecureNotes is the
perfect tool for you! We know you'll love the ease and power of this software.