Many people asked us if the Confidential database can run on MySQL, the reason being that that most people have Linux servers and are typically running MySQL databases.
Confidential needs a Microsoft SQL Server to run, as most of its logic is written using Microsoft SQL Server stored procedures. But Microsoft comes to help: since February 2018, Microsoft SQL Server is available for several Linux distribution (at this point Ubuntu 16.04,
Data mine your drives for sensitive data
In Confidential 1.2.31 we combined the search based on regular expressions, with the search in file content that we introduced in Confidential 1.2. So basically you can now tell Confidential to “scrape my disks and auto-tag everything that looks like credit number, an email address, invoice number, a name from a list or anything that can be describe by a regular
In the last buil, 1.1.7 from a couple days ago, we’ve released a feature that we couldn’t wait to share with you as we’ve been asked for it since day one: the possibility to add comments to files (or folders).
And not this allows you to write and edit a single comment per file: you can actually write and edit multiple comments on each file – each comment will shows when
We’ve releasing is an extension of the auto-tagging rules that will allow you to search “inside” a file ( search the content of a file or document) and tag the file automatically based on what’s inside it. To achieve we’re using the awesome .net port of the Tika library, the full list of files we can extract text from is here.
The next feature we’ll release (in a couple