Add Password To USB Flash Drive's Content/Data


What is done by this free program called Rohos Mini Drive is actually creating a separate, hidden and encrypted partition on your USB flash drive. After installing this program into your system, you just need to direct it to the drive and it will create the partition.

The partition will not be displayed when you insert your flash drive. The only way to access this partition is by double-clicking the Rohos mini.exe in your flash drive which is created automatically in the process of partition creation, and insert your password. After typing the correct password, you can work with the non-encrypted and encrypted partition at once.

Interestingly, instead of using your keyboard to type the password, optionally you can use its built-in virtual keyboard to prevent any keylogger software taking a record on your password typing. Type your password and save your sensitive data into the partition. The data will be encrypted on-the-fly using the AES 256 bit algorithm. As to the partition, you can enlarge the size up to 1GB if you feel need to.



Other features:
  • Autorun Folder. Saved program’s/file’s shortcut will automatically start/open up upon disk connection.
  • It doesn’t require Administrator Privileges to open password protected USB drive partition on the guest computer.

Requirements:

- Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista
- USB 1.1/2.0 port
- USB flash drive or U3 Smart flash drive with 1 Mb or more free space

Download Rohos Mini Drive or go to the download page.

Windows Software Buzz, Wednesday, September 10, 2008 At 7:43 PM - Permalink
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