DecryptNaBox eliminates the need for private key escrow during data decryption by separating the PKI
into two different roles; the Client role, which is responsible for data decryption and the Server role
which handles the message key decryption. As such, the need for a user's private key is eliminated.
Data Decryption Client
The Data Decryption Client (DDC) is responsible for pulling encrypted material from the designated source, decrypting
the material and routing it to the outbound destination. Zeva offers three different editions for the DecryptNaBox Client:
Lite, Professional, and Enterprise. In addition, DecryptNaBox Client can be implemented as an extension to third party
platforms or as a generic Microsoft CAPI adaptor.
The Lite Edition offers basic features such as the Input Adaptor, Decryption Engine, the basic Output Adaptor, and local store certificate support. Additionally, this edition includes a Decryption On Request tool where end-users create a list of jobs for decryption.
The Professional Edition is a web based application that includes all features from the Lite edition, plus support for configurable outbound destinations, approval workflow, auditing and a Management and Reporting Console.
The Enterprise Edition includes all features from the Lite and Professional edition, plus full automation without user intervention. Decryption operations runs automatically in the Enterprise Edition allowing for large volumes of data.