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Anton Wan

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Hello Everyone,

I recently lost my Sandisk Cruzer Titanium (8GB). :( http://www.sandisk.com/products/usb-flash-drives/sandisk-ultra-titanium I started to look for a replacement and a person can spend all day reading up on these things. I would like the get a 8GB or 16GB. I know that my Cruzer was almost full with tools and software installs. I didn't really care for the Sandisk software that was installed on it.

I need it to be strong (reason I went with the Titanium) and some kind of security. I use this thing everyday, but I don't want to enter a password every time I use it for some applications. This is why I was looking at Kingston DataTraveler Locker.
http://www.kingston.com/flash/locker.asp

This gives you two partitions, one that is public and one that is encrypted. I just don't think it looks to durable. I am looking at any opinions on this topic. Even if you know of any open source security like the DataTraveler Locker has.

Thanks,

TK
 

DoubleHelix

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You can use TrueCrypt to encrypt any drive, and it's free. I wouldn't spend money on an encrypted solution.
 
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