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11th January 2010, 09:30 PM #1
Protect Your Files And Folder On Your Pen Drives With USB Safeguard
USB Safeguard is a freeware, portable tool for protecting your data on pen drives (USB Sticks).
As USB Pen drives are a hand held device, there are chances for losing or theft. This tool helps you password protect your documents and folders by encrypting them using AES 256 bits encryption algorithm.
The utility is very simple to use. After downloading the tool, copy it in your USB drive. Then run it. After giving the password click OK.
Then simply drag and drop files and folders from your USB drive into the program’s windows to quickly protect your sensitive documents.
While this may be achieved using other methods I thought that the presentation was interesting and original.
Edit: Link: Protect Your Files And Folder On Your Pen Drives With USB Safeguard
Last edited by DaveP; 11th January 2010 at 09:40 PM.
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11th January 2010, 11:07 PM #2
Not sure if i would trust a program whose FAQ said...
...and isn't 256-bits a bit low on the uncrackable scale?
Originally Posted by FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
11th January 2010, 11:39 PM #3
Hadn't looked as far as the FAQs.
Originally Posted by Martin
When I spotted this I was drawn to it because it suited the needs of some of our staff so neatly. Just today I had to help a member of staff with a folder which had been 'deleted' from his memory stick. While I was able to recover the folder in question I saw this as a way of preventing this from happening in again.
Back to the drawing board.
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