How To Encrypt, Protect Pen Drive Data With USB Flash Security: Pen Drive Data Security

August 4, 2009

in Tools & Extras

We all are well aware of the benefits of carrying our computer data in pen drives. They are fast, small in size and very easy to use. But what about security of the data in your pen drive. Is it secure? Not at all! Everyone can access your pen drive data in the same way you do. So if you want to make it secure then you should give a try to free tool called USB Flash security. It’s a free Pen drive data encryption tool that protects your USB flash drive data from unauthorised use.

USB Flash security ver.2.1.0

Features of USB Flash security tool:

1: The security release tool will be installed in USB flash memory. So you don’t need USB Flash security tool on other computers to release the security.

2: Data will be automatically encrypted everytime you unplug your USB flash drive.

3: Speed of read/write operations will not be influenced by installing “USB Flash Security” because files in the USB flash memory are not be coded.

4: If someone formats the pen drive then the whole encrypted data remains intact and only security releasing files will get deleted which can be recovered easily if you have copied them earlier in your computer.

5: Encrypted data can be accessed only with the help of Password which you have choosen earlier during the installation of this tool.

Follow these simple steps to Encrypt and to protect pen drive data with USB Flash security:

1: When you will click on the setup file, a tool installation window will appear follow the onscreen instructions and proceed further. Once the installation is complete a “USB flash Security” shortcut will appear on the  screen. Double click on that shortcut and you will see this window.

USB Flash Security

2: Click on Install and then you would have to select the password for data encryption. After this your pen drive data encryption is complete. Now open you pen drive folder, you will find only these two files in your pen drive.

USB flash security_Two files

On formatting the pen drive only these two files are deleted and rest of the data remains intact.

Note: Copy these two files on your system because you will need them to release the security when your pen drive is formatted by someone.

3: Now run UsbEnter.exe and enter the password to access encrypted data.

Download: USB Flash Security Ver 1.1.0



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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 ankit August 5, 2009 at 8:12 pm

This tool is great!
Thanks for sharing bro..

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2 Jade August 8, 2009 at 5:50 pm

Nice tool. Working fine for me:-)

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3 Kevin August 9, 2009 at 10:23 am

Data transfer has slowed down a bit after installing this tool.

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4 Poly October 14, 2009 at 6:43 pm

Nice tool working fine above my expectation.

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5 Mark March 24, 2010 at 12:44 pm

Wondershare USB Drive Encryption adopts 256 bits AES encryption used by US government, the highest level protection used in Internet communication at present.
http://www.data-recovery-utilities.com/usb-encryption/

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