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Submitted by Xenoveritas on
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im feeling so bad with you.
we use this "crab" software in our company. let me say, we earn a lot of time for coffeebreaks... thats the good view of the bad performance issues of pointsec.

and do not forgett the murphy - "one men's mistake is anothers men's data..." in case you getting a corrupt operating system ^^.

***this comment is 101% entcrypted ^^ ***

Thu, 11/26/2009 - 12:12 Permalink

Pointsec is this hard drive encryption thingy for Windows. It makes it so that if someone steals the hard drive, they can't access it since it's encrypted. Data protection and all that.


The only problem is that Pointsec is both amazingly slow, and refuses to accept usernames and passwords typed faster than a single character a second.

Yes, that's right. Every time I boot the system (which, being a Windows system, is ridiculously frequently) I have to sit in front of it, slowly pressing one key after another, making sure not to accidentally type too fast.