Encrypt USB drive, flash drive, external drive
- Nowadays people increasingly rely on USB devices to carry sensitive information, unaware of the hidden security risk. A Lost or stolen USB device may result in leakage of your privacy and company vital data, which is a disaster for you and your company. idoo USB Encryption is professional USB encryption software designed to
devices for your personal and company data.
- Encrypt your USB with idoo USB Encryption
- idoo USB Encryption is a powerful USB encryption software for portable storage media. It can divide USB drive into two sections after encryption: secure area and public area. You can encrypt your vital files by dragging and dropping it into secure area while you can store normal files on public area.
- idoo USB Encryption performs "container level" encryption (using AES 256 algorithm) on your portable devices. It works by "partitioning" your portable device - you designate X amount of space for the encrypted container, while the rest of the space on the device is unencrypted. In other words, on your portable device you could have encrypted data, and unencrypted data. The encrypted container works just like normal - you interact with it (i.e. add, remove, change, etc. files) just like you interact with a normal USB/flash drive; the difference is that you need a username and password to access the contents of the encrypted container whereas a normal USB/flash drive you can just open and access.
- Keep in mind that when creating an encrypted container on a portable device, idoo USB Encryption deletes all data present on the device. So either backup all your data before you create an encrypted container, or create an encrypted container before you add any data.
- If you ever decide that you no longer want to have that encrypted container on your device, you can use the "Uninstall" feature to remove the encrypted container. Do keep in mind, though, all data inside that container is deleted and you won't be able to recover that data.
- There is a "Recover" feature that allows you to recover access to the encrypted container if the container has been deleted. Keep in mind using the "Uninstall" feature does not delete the container - it uninstalls it. So you cannot use "Recover" to recover a container after you have uninstalled it. You can use "Recover" to recover a container if it has been accidentally (or purposely) deleted (i.e. if you clicked on the encrypted container icon in your portable device and deleted it, the files in the container would not be deleted, and "Recover" would allow you to regain access to them again).
- Windows 7 8 10 32/64-bit
- Windows Vista 32/64-bit
- Windows XP 32/64-bit
- Windows 2000
- Windows Server 2000 32/64-bit
- Windows Server 2003 32/64-bit
- Windows Server 2008 32/64-bit