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Posted on 04-08-06 14:46
Recently I was suspended for having tools on my usb that should'nt be there and I was wondering if there is a way to password protect the current USB I have.. I do not wanna go out and buy a new one but I would like some software that will prompt the user for login or something AND I did read the 'USB Security' Post it was of no help to me


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Posted on 04-08-06 14:52
That won't help you. If the security is good they can scan all your folders/programs from a remote computer.

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There is many software available to hide your folders until you give password.

Let me google a bit..

.. 5 mins later:
http://www.folder-password-expert.com/folder-password-protection.html
http://www.folder-password-expert.com/ <-- read a bit

Ciao




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Posted on 10-08-06 00:02
Look into a Memorex Travel drive. Buying this puppy with put spywares post and claim in the dirt.

I own a 512 mb one, and it requires a login before opening. When plugged in, the login program is F:\ and the actual drive is G:\ (on my computer anyways). If you try to open G:\ it says no drive is active.

Remote computer? PFfff