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Confidential Virtual Drive for Windows 98/ME/XP
Confidential Virtual Drive is a Windows 98/ME/XP application.

With Confidential Virtual Drive, you can create as many CVD files as you like, to store your private and confidential data inside them!

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Confidential Virtual Drive allows you to create CVD files which, when opened with Confidential Virtual Drive, behave like a disk drive - thus, the name CV Drive!

You can create folders and sub-folders in a CV Drive. You can copy files from external storage devices into these folders. And you can also open each file in a CV Drive simply by double clicking on the file. The difference between a CV Drive and your other normal drives is: All the files in a CV Drive are encrypted and are thus kept private and confidential.

The number of files you can keep in a CV Drive is limited only by the size of your hard drive and computer memory.

Confidential Virtual Drive is a shareware. Of course, you can download Confidential Virtual Drive and try it free of charge. Confidential Virtual Drive will cost you only $3 if you decide to register it.

To install Confidential Virtual Drive, please:
  • Download cvd1.zip (3.50MB)
  • Download cvd2.zip (2.34MB)
  • Unzip it to a folder to retrieve setup.exe and other files
  • Run setup.exe
  • Follow the on-screen instructions

Download: cvd1.zip and cvd2.zip
Do NOT forget your Confidential Virtual Drive log-in password and the user-specified security number. And DO have back-up copies of your important CVD files in case one of them should become corrupted for any reason. The Author cannot be responsible for any loss of your data.

Confidential Virtual Drive is provided on an "AS IS" basis, without warranty of any kind. The risk as to the quality and performance of the software is borne entirely by you.

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Page last updated on 17th September 2006 by Goh Yew Nang.