Let’s get to know BitDisk®
BitDisk is certified by Microsoft.
How does BitDisk10 work?
When you try to write information (data) on a partition protected by BitDisk, the data flow will be directed by the BitDisk driver. Thus, BitDisk memorises all the changed sectors of the hard drive to a list, but this list is only read if an administrator gives BitDisk the command to apply the changes.
When reading information (data) on a protected partition, the driver checks for changes in these sectors; if any changes have been detected, it retrieves the information from the list or from the protected partition.
This simple algorithm results in the impossibility of any physical change on the secured partition.
Therefore, you need to put zero effort to restore the initial status.
When the computer restarts, the list that stores all the changed sectors is deleted, and the protected partition remains unchanged.
When configuring BitDisk10, you have two protection options to choose from: