Seeking a way to password-protect a USB flash drive...
Good evening everyone,
I have been looking around for a way to password-protect a USB flash drive which ALWAYS remains plugged into my computer - - it NEVER goes anywhere. It seems that every product I've looked at on-line involves a lot of complicated encryption protocols, and would take Albert Einstein to figure it all out!
Among a couple of the products I have reviewed include Truecrypt, Axcrypt, etc. The instruction pages for Truecrypt alone is 12 pages long! That is just outright absurd in my opinion! All I need is a USB flash drive that I can simply place a password on, so no one but someone with the password can access ANY of the folders & files on it.
I would appreciate any suggestions in this regard! Thank you for your time and review!
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