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Topic # 9565 27-Sep-2006 13:48
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Hey guys,

Pretty nifty tool, they are giving away free trials for one day only...

Check it out here

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Reply # 46970 27-Sep-2006 16:41
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Looks ok to me, Although the email they send you to "confirm" your real does go straight into the SPAM folder...

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Reply # 46971 27-Sep-2006 16:45
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Used it on the flash drive we ALL got at GZ06, Good Application Smile
Although at 99% an error likes to occur - anyone else have this problem?

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  Reply # 46972 27-Sep-2006 16:48
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http://www.truecrypt.org/

Free and does the same thing! :)

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  Reply # 46979 27-Sep-2006 17:11
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Ok I got it to work, Nice looking application and all but I've found two things that will stop me using it.

By default the PUBLIC partition is labelled "NTI PUBLIC" <- how secure, anyone that has used the program or  has heard of Google can find out what program to use.

You can REMOVE the PRIVATE partition WITHOUT providing your password in the application.

I will be staying with http://www.truecrypt.org/.



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  Reply # 46994 27-Sep-2006 22:23
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Good to know :)

Side note, you can rename the NTI part... but with any flashdrive, you can format it and start again....

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  Reply # 46995 27-Sep-2006 22:40
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SilentOne: Good to know :)

Side note, you can rename the NTI part... but with any flashdrive, you can format it and start again....


Yes and Yes but then they are nice features to have ;)



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  Reply # 46996 27-Sep-2006 23:54
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Too true :)

Now i just have to wait & get my USB stick back which is on loan with the ninja s/w and try the truecrypt stuff.

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