CallbackFilter 3.0

"CallbackFilter" snapshot

CallbackFilter lets your Windows and .NET applications keep track of file operations in real-time (right when they are performed). You can track and decline access to the files, filter requests and even modify (encrypt, compress etc.) file contents.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
EldoS Corporation
Price:
$5488
File size:
8 Kb
Date added:
September 1, 2013
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Description from the Publisher
With CallbackFilter component your Windows and .NET application can keep track of file and directory operations and control them in real-time. The application is notified about access to the disk right when the requests for operation come. You can track and decline access to the files and directories, hide files, restrict certain operations and even modify (encrypt, copy-on-write etc.) file contents on the fly. You can also create virtual files.
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