End Users Get Paid to Promote Software Which Promises to Secure Sensitive Video, Images and Documents

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HiddenToolbox pays users to promote what they describe as the ultimate security tool, creating an invisible, hidden environment within the computer, ideal for both the ‘hide my porn’ user, and mainstream professionals.

Organize all of your media by category, keyword and comments

Organize all of your media by category, keyword and comments

Whether it’s the need to hide porn or a legal document...

Whether it’s the need to hide porn or a legal document, studies show that the vast majority of computers contain some type sensitive media, which if viewed by a 3rd party such as spouse, partner, boss, work colleague, visitor, friend or a child, would cause issues such as extreme embarrassment, loss of job or serious problems within a relationship, an issue that HiddenToolbox has gone all out to resolve.

Crowd fund sites are great places to become the first to get your hands on tomorrows technology and to pay less than retail. Aside from creating a pre-sell of their software on indiegogo where users purchase it for half price, along with limited time special offers, the creators of HiddenToolbox took the concept further, creating a rewards program which gives end users a $10.00 eBay or Amazon gift card for each and every friend that they refer, this is achieved by simply passing a link to friends through their Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc.

The HiddenToolbox not only secures media, making it invisible to others, but most importantly they’ve also solved a serious issue overlooked by other security products, how to view and manage that content without making it unsecure and subsequently leaving a history.

“First reactions are …ahhh… It’s a place to hide my porn, that might be true for some, but it also has value in the mainstream world, for example professionals such as lawyers or Dr’s need to keep their data secure and private. With an estimated two million laptops stolen, lost or misplaced each year within the USA alone, it’s not just about the loss of the hardware, but the cleaning up and subsequent consequences of the resulting data breach,” said Brian Wickes, head of business development.

Viewing and managing secured media is a big issue, taking it out of the secure environment to view it makes it unsecure and a history is created, leaving the end user vulnerable, this is where HiddenToolbox separated itself from other security products, giving the end user the ability to view the media from within the secure environment using its built in media player, ensuring no history is left behind, and don’t worry if you can’t find that elusive video or image, it also has a search engine which quickly locates files based on user defined keywords, title, comments and categories, previously added in its content organizer.

‘Toolbox’ is there a for good reason, the product is jam packed with tools to give the end user everything they need in one package rather than having to install multiple programs, to name just a few:

  • Secure and secret media player and web browser
  • Remote self destruct
  • Panic shut down buttons
  • Content organizer - Organize media by keywords, tags, comments, custom categories
  • Built in Search Engine – Find media by keywords, tags, comments, categories
  • Timer based auto shut down
  • Video bookmarking
  • File Shredder
  • Transcoder converts video files from one format to another

Who’s a potential customer for the software? Yes there’s the obvious, “hide my porn” user but it’s believed that the mainstream and corporate users concerned about others viewing their media and documents through the multitude of potential undesirable scenarios will make up a good percentage of sales.

Use the link below to visit HiddenToolbox on Indiegogo where you’ll be able to back the project and for a limited time snag yourself a copy of the program for under half price, as well as obtain special licenses only available to its Indiegogo backers.

About HiddenToolbox
The HiddenToolbox development team is made up of a team of industry veterans, from experienced developers, project manager and Q.A testers, each of which has at least 20 years experience within the development of desktop and Internet based software, with an emphasis on end user software and security.

For more information, visit http://www.hiddentoolbox.com/more

HiddenToolbox contact:
Brian Wickes
Tel: 407-777-0194


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