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Hide critical or personal data with new Right File Scrambler by AllDataRight Lab

Private companies, medical and financial corporations, and government authorities operate with personal data, commercial and trade secrets every day. New tool by AllDataRight Lab was developed to protect this information. On-site developers, offshore companies or contractors can operate with realistic test data without critical data disclosure. The scrambler replaces real values to random but realistic in business critical files before sharing.

The program has two dozen built-in data scramble rules for most popular data like: address, e-mail, full name, zip code, company name, etc.

The file scrambler works really fast. It can hide critical data for 20,000 or more rows per second at modern PC. The console version of the scrambler allows companies to run scramble process by schedule.

The utility supports three formats (tab-delimited, comma separated and custom separated) and creates scrambled file in the same format.

Right File Scrambler is distributed electronically over the Internet. It is windows application designed for windows XP (SP2 or newer), Vista or Windows 7. Windows Servers 2003 and 2008 are supported as well.
The free demo version is available for evaluation at www.alldataright.com/file-scrambler/.

AllDataRight Lab is a ISV specializing in developing data processing utilities. The company signature is remarkable performance and efficiency of all software titles AllDataRight Lab has developed and released. Right File Scrambler is the latest addition to the company's data processing software product line that also includes titles like Right File Auditor, Right File Generator and Right File Cleaner. More information about these products can be found at www.alldataright.com

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