Yes. Open east-tec InvisibleSecrets, then click Options. In the Options dialog box, select the “Stealth Mode” check box. Click OK. The program will disappear from the Start Menu, too. To run the program again you must search the main EXE file and execute it (this is usually in the “Program files” folder where you installed east-tec InvisibleSecrets).
When you install east-tec SafeBit, you are asked if you want the program to be accessible through the Start Menu. Therefore, for a real Stealth Mode when running east-tec SafeBit, we recommend you to choose not to have it accessible through Start Menu and make all the needed settings from Options after installing it.
Open east-tec InvisibleSecrets and click Options. In the Options Dialog Box select the Stealth Mode check box. Click OK. The program will disappear from the Start Menu also. To run the program again you must search the main EXE file and execute it (this is usually in the “Program files” folder where you installed InvisibleSecrets). You can always make them visible again by unchecking this box.
You may also hide the tray icon and menu. The tray program will still run in the background, because it remembers the cryptboard and handles the locker’s hot-key event.
“Fake files” alias randomly generated files, extremely useful to create diversions – they will be the worst nightmare for any opponent you might have.
You can run a wipe process completely invisible in the background. Just open east-tec Eraser, go to the Erase menu -> Preferences and select “Stealth mode”.
The Stealth mode allows you to run the erasure process in the background, undetectable and transparently. The Progress Indicator (that displays the erasure status) will not appear, however other additional windows and messages may be displayed (and possibly compromise your intention to execute the task covertly).
You may enhance the Stealth process by making a few additional modifications.
From the Erase > Erase Options menu, please access: Confirmations, then uncheck “Confirm once for all files”, “Confirm for each individual file” and “Confirm before wiping free space”. This will ensure that no confirmation windows are displayed (requiring user interaction).
Next, go to “Automation”. In the first section of this screen, make sure you do not select: “Show Restart dialog”. Any other option in this section will be acceptable in order not to expose the erasure task.
In the second section, any selection is acceptable; however “Don’t shut down, just close the progress box” is not applicable because the “progress box” (Progress Indicator) has been disabled by your activation of the Stealth mode setting.