fssScrambler is an MS-Access based tool which takes the tables of an MS-Access database and modifies the data so that it has a similar form and look but has no actual meaning.
Each field is analysed by the system and an algorithm chosen, which you can review and modify manually if required. The system then executes those algorithms, updating records on that database.
fssScrambler is very useful when you want to use a real client database for demonstration or documentation purposes, but you want to ensure that the data does not breach privacy or confidentiality of the client or their customers. It is also useful for testing software where you need real (imperfect) data to test with
fssScrambler is available in three licence levels:
You will need a copy of MS-Access 2010 or later to use the system. The product is available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions which must align to the installation of Access you want to run it with.
Download the selected zip file and extract it into a new folder. See the README.txt file for installation instructions.