Description: If the content of your hard drives is not limited to family photos and favorite MP3 tracks and you have information that you'd rather not make public, you have several options to choose from. The easiest method would be to hide your data folders in the depths of your system hoping that intruders would not be smart enough to look in non-standard locations. However, this is a bit na?ve and you shouldn't rely on this method if you want real protection. Apparently, you can copy all your confidential data on a separate flash drive and keep it with you at all times. However, a Flash drive can be lost or stolen, let alone frequent data corruptions that do occur to portable media. You can also try archiving your documents and protecting the archive with a password, but password can be relatively easily picked using brute force and other methods. So it all boils down to a separate location encrypted with strong algorithms. If that's what you really want, Virtual Flash Drive is exactly what you need.
Virtual Flash Drive is a security tool that creates a reliably protected and virtually impenetrable data container on your hard drive. Once the container is created, you can quickly and easily open it using your password. The whole process resembles plugging a Flash drive into one of your USB port, hence the name of the program. The data inside the contained is encrypted using strong DES algorithms, which makes any attempts to break it using conventional methods plain unreasonable. The software works under the majority of modern Windows versions, including Vista, features three levels of encryption strength, has no restrictions in terms of virtual hard drive's capacity and supports simultaneous mounting of 4 virtual drives.
If you are seeking an affordable, reliable and completely impenetrable encryption program for your most valuable data, Virtual Flash Drive is your number one choice!
Toshiba announces 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive Toshiba Corp. will begin mass-producing a 60GB, 1.8-inch hard-disk drive before the end of the year, it said Wednesday. Such drives are commonly used in digital music players and sub-notebook computers.