I've been very interested in Rohos lately, more specifically their disk encryption and secure logon applications. I have briefly discussed Disk before here but never got into that much detail or received very much feedback. It allows for 256 AES on-the-fly encryption. It can also be used on USB (or flash) devices to both read and write (with FAT32) without the need for admin rights. That is what piqued my interest. Are there any opinions of this? I am interested in Logon Key because in allows your USB device to become your, well, logon key. Passwords can be hacked but there is no substitution for hardware keys. I have sensative data used as a part of Opera, addresses, phone numbers, login information, credit card info, etc., and I'm looking for a way to secure it all. Not all that unformation is stored in wand.dat, and therefor not encrypted. Plus, all of that can become plainly visible once Opera is started. Are there any opinions of this? TrueCrypt's encryption of the active partition is only useful for those that shotdown and restart their systems often. This can be activated once the screensaver starts.