Encrypt Your USB Thumb Drive

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by snowdrift, Dec 15, 2009.

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  1. snowdrift

    snowdrift Registered Member

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  2. tipo

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    thanks for the info! :thumb:
     
  3. draecena

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    Id like to point out that freeOTFE is much better than TrueCrypt due to the fact that with the help of the freeOTFE Explorer you can use your encrypted images without having admin priviledges on a win computer. It is also cross platform
     
  4. Meriadoc

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    I always have encryption on thumb drives and indulged myself an IronKey through my company, gotta love 'em but I really think they're over priced. Now I buy integral AES 256 bit thumb drives at a fraction of the price. Six wrong passwords and the data is wiped, comes in strong metal encased in a rubber sheath. I'm getting them around £20 for 16G where IK is $299 for the same size - I realise you get more in with the IK but I can set up an integral to do pretty much the same.

    freeOTEE:thumb: and TC I've also used and do a great job.
     
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