Does anyone know how the Rollback Rx snapshot encryption works or know where I can find detailed information on it. Here are some of the questions that come to mind... I am sure I could think of more.
- What encryption type is used AES,Blowfish... 128-Bit, 256-Bit?
- Is there a recovery method for encrypted files?
- Does the pagefile/hibernate file get encrypted?
This is the only information I can find on the subject
Staff Member on forum here
Truth be told - RollBack Rx snapshots are encrypted. In many cases, our corporate clients use RollBack Rx for this reason as well. If you had installed RollBack Rx onto your PC about 6 months ago... and continued to take regular snapshots etc.. If anyone where to remove your hard drive and place it into another PC as a slave drive and tried to access your files; they would only be able to see the files that existed 6 months ago. That is, they would only be able to see the files that existed on your original PC, before RollBack Rx was installed.
From Help File
Rollback Rx system security prevents unauthorized access to the system and data by password protect Windows startup and encrypt snapshots. It secures your system and data from data thief even if the PC is stolen