NTI Offers One-Day Free Download of New Ninja Software

Irvine, CA (September 25, 2006)--Starting at midnight tonight, NewTech Infosystems (NTI) will be making its new Ninja software--a USB data storage and protection software solution--available free on their web site at www.ntius.com. Unlike most fixed partition USB software, NTI Ninja allows users to adjust the size of their public and private partitions on their portable storage device. In addition, the software provides users with complete storage area anti-tamper encryption and password protection.
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Irvine, CA (September 25, 2006)--Starting at midnight tonight, NewTech Infosystems (NTI) will be making its new Ninja software--a USB data storage and protection software solution--available free on their web site at www.ntius.com. Unlike most fixed partition USB software, NTI Ninja allows users to adjust the size of their public and private partitions on their portable storage device. In addition, the software provides users with complete storage area anti-tamper encryption and password protection.

The new software was developed to meet the dramatic increase in today's mobile workforce, the increased use of USB storage devices and the need to protect content and data from being stolen or compromised on the small, portable devices.

To kickoff Ninja protection, the company will make the software available free at the firm's website tomorrow (September 26). After that--the software that works with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP operating systems--will have a suggested retail price of $24.95.

NTI Ninja allows users to adjust the size of their private and public workspaces on virtually any USB flash or hard drive device to meet their specific storage requirements.

To ensure private and sensitive information is not compromised even if the device is lost or stolen, NTI Ninja includes core encryption and password protection. The password protection and encryption application complies with the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), the government- and corporate-grade encryption standard. The 128-bit AES encryption prevents brute force password protection of the user's private storage areas while providing free, easy access to the public storage space on the USB device. Individuals can use the software on USB flash and hard-drives as well as SD cards, cell and smartphones, iPods and MP3 Players.

Users can reformat the storage device at any time to meet changing requirements.

For your free copy of NTI Ninja download it tomorrow (September 26) at www.ntius.com.