Re: Password security for usb flash drives?
From: andy smart (anonymus_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 11:20:29 +0100
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If you don't mind doing them one at a time then how about gnuPG?
Encrypting the file with pki should be as secure as you need :-)
| What about just zipping them up and adding a password?
| Or maybe get PGP Disk/BestCrypt or similar and create a container.
| I use Bestcrypt containers for my personal docs as me PC is on the net
| don't really want anyone stealing me personal stuff.
| "itsme" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
|>I have a lexar usb flash drive. I love it. But is there anyway to password
|>protect the data on this thing? I tried the encryption in windows xp, but
|>you have to do it for each individual file and it causes all sorts of
|>problems. I would love to be able to just give the flash drive a good
|>password and be done with it.
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