If you have a need to encrypt HTML documents — including text, graphics, sounds and Java Scripts — the new WIBU-KEY Supplying Shield from
lets you do just that.
Once you encrypt your stuff, it can be delivered to customers, clients, or friends by CD-ROM, DVD, or FTP download. WIBU-SYSTEMS is so confident of the WIBU-KEY’s ability to protect documents that it goes so far as to say that it’s impossible for unauthorized persons to read the content of your document.
So how does an authorized customer read it. They load the data from the CD-ROM or other delivery source and a connected WIBU-BOX hardware key decrypts the data, which is then displayed in Internet Explorer (locally) for an authorized user. The critical data is never saved on the hard disk nor sent around the world via Internet, according to
MacTech magazine. The protection system is recommended for documents or subscription-based business models, such as law data files, service manuals, tax tips, or other confidential data.
What’s more, the WIBU-KEY Supplying Shield lets you divide a document into several differently encrypted access classes. Each access class requires an individual encryption key. When the user has the appropriate key, he can access the information of this class, while the rest of the classes remain encrypted. A class may also be unprotected. Start pages or order forms can be integrated in an unencrypted form for all to see within the context of an encrypted document. Using Master Entries you can protect up to 190 different access classes in a single WIBU-BOX.