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How can I secure my data with BadBlue?

BadBlue is an easy, fast way to share data with others. But it is also capable of restricting access to the data based upon policies you can define. BadBlue incorporates four different forms of active and passive security: (a) Access control for authenticated users; (b) Restricted access based upon IP address; (c) Server logging; and (d) "Soft firewall" protection. BadBlue can also recognize Windows user accounts you've already defined in your system or on your network.

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