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  • ASUSTOR NAS 華芸 AES 256-bit Encryption

    Military Grade Encryption

    Your most important data deserves the best security. ASUSTOR NAS offers folder based military grade AES 256bit encryption, giving you the type of security and privacy that you require for your most confidential data. All data stored in encrypted folders will be automatically encrypted and secured to the highest of standards. Should you ever lose your NAS or hard disks, you still needn't worry about your sensitive data falling into the wrong hands.

    Asustor NAS 華芸 Military Grade Encryption

    Folder-based efficiency

    Unlike other NAS devices, ASUSTOR NAS gives you the flexibility to select the individual folders that you want to encrypt. Other NAS devices encrypt entire storage volumes which significantly slows down the system. Any encrypted portions of storage volumes will be subject to a decrease in performance. However, with ASUSTOR NAS you are free to encrypt only your most confidential data while leaving other data unencrypted, creating a perfect balance between performance and security.

    Asustor NAS 華芸 Folder-based efficiency

    Improved shared folder encryption mechanism

    ADM 2.4.0 introduces a new encryption mechanism, effectively increasing data encryption speeds, and properly releasing storage space previously occupied by already deleted files. With regards to encrypted folders that were created using the previous encryption method, a conversion function is provided on the settings page for easy converting without any complicated steps.

    Note: If you wish to downgrade the firmware to 2.3.1 or an older version, please first decrypt the shared folders that were encrypted using the new ASUSTOR encryption mechanism.

    Asustor NAS 華芸 Improved shared folder encryption mechanism