Check out this list before you go have fun with it:
Java Platform Standard Edition Runtime Environment Version 6.0 or above.
DataGuard defends your data and your privacy. All your data is encrypted and is accessible
only to you. The overall security provided by dataGuard is controlled by only one strong
secret called the master password. So, after you open the program, the first operation is to set the
master password using
the Main Menu -> Edit -> MasterPassword. Once the master password is created, it is time to
use dataGuard. Do not forget your master password, because next time you start the program
you will need to remember the same secret.
When you start DataGuard, the right view contains the list, with a brief description, of
the translational layers currently implemented. You can use any of the layers just by clicking on them.
DataGuard will show a friendly and pretty self-explanatory login dialog, where you have to
insert your username and password. DataGuard assumes that you are already registered with the translation layer that you have chosen.
Once logged to the service, the remote file system will be shown in a separate tab.
For each translational layer DataGuard provides a view similar to the one
provided by the modern operating systems. Using the view you can perform
all the commons file system operation, like create files and directories, cut, copy
and paste of file and directories, rename, delete, etc.
File systems allow users to search for documents that contain a particular keyword.
Hence, DataGuard proposes a novel index based approach for executing keyword
based queires at the server. Using the search pane, DataGuard allows users to execute metadata
and content queries.