Bitidentify SDL hides your data from the Internet,

rendering it impossible to steal

To hack a computer, the hacker needs access to its storage device in order to steal data or make changes to it. With the Bitidentify SDL anti-hacking software, the storage device is never connected to the internet, making it impossible to target for hacking or infection with malicious code.

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Open & Secure

In our system, you have two working environments on the same PC; Open and Secure Machine. The Open Machine is internet-connected like a normal PC, and the Secure Machine is a secure offline environment.

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Invisible Storage

Files stored on the Secure machine are invisible to anyone but the user, since the machine has no internet access, they are impossible to target from the outside.

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System Restore

If you get infected with malicious code, you can easily restore your system to its original state, completely removing the infection. This works for any type of virus or malware that makes changes to your operating system.

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Only allowed USB-Devices

In many office environments, USB-sticks are plugged into multiple computers daily, each time exposed to potential infection. Bitidentify SDL only allows USB-devices that are registered with the user’s specific computer—thus minimizing the risk of inadvertently infecting your system.

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Take back control of your data

Bitidentify SDL runs on any modern 64-bit PC with at least 4 GB of RAM and 100 GB of free hard disk space. The choice of operating system for the Open & Secure Machines is up to the user, we support all x86 OS’es.

Why we are committed to Bitidentify​

Digital information has become indispensable in our daily life, and serious threats from Internet hackers happen every day. We must be more cautious to protect data we stored in our devices. With Bitidentify SDL anti-hacking software, data-hacking from external networks such as the Internet is impossible and is a thing of the past. Read more about our motivation.

CNBC, Oct 13 2019

BBC News, Feb 12 2020

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