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Is there a way to use password protect normal usb flash memory disk ?

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Is there a way to use password protect normal usb flash memory disk ?

I care about that if I lost the disk , somebody can access all the data .
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As I know , there is a new software named 'StorageCrypt' .

It is 128 bits encryption software.

It can encrypt usb flash memory disk in few seconds .

And it also can encrypt external removable hard drive .

pasword length up to 50 char.


software link : http://www.magic2003.net/scrypt/index.htm
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