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Credant/Mcafee/Winmagic/CoSosys for Mac to encrypt USBs?

by nravehwave / October 16, 2012 12:50 AM PDT

Hi,
is anyone using Credant/Mcafee/Winmagic/CoSosys for Mac in order to encrypt USB devices?
I'm trying to find the best solution for encrypting devices and have many questions about the whole thing...
thanks!

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This sounds like a duplicate post.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 16, 2012 1:52 AM PDT

Which discussion should we use?

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Cososys EasyLock is what i tried and use
by Carl_Hill95 / October 16, 2012 5:18 PM PDT

I know the easylock solution from my officer where we have to use with USBs on Windows to encrypt data but it also works in the same way on Mac. I also use it at home (Mac only) and cannot say how simple it is. haven't even considered trying another USB encryption tool.

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Cososys usb encryption
by Tech_A / October 16, 2012 5:34 PM PDT

I have to agree with Carl. Since I've lost a usb stick with some personal stuff, I decided not to use this type of tiny device without encryption ever again. EasyLock is the easiest tool I found. I'm telling you...you just have to drag and drop the files in the encrypted side, and it's all done.

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thanks!
by nravehwave / October 16, 2012 9:21 PM PDT
In reply to: Cososys usb encryption

Does EasyLock encrypts the entire drive (like a zip file or something) or each file?
(trying to understand can I have an encrypted and non-encrypted folders on the same device?)
thanks!

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Encrypted and unencrypted I think data is possible on device
by Carl_Hill95 / October 16, 2012 11:42 PM PDT
In reply to: thanks!

I use easylock like you say, with easylock all files go in a folder but are separately encrypted so not like a zip. And I keep some files also unencrypted on the device.

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Will be happy to hear more about Credant/Mcafee/Winmagic
by nravehwave / October 17, 2012 12:00 AM PDT

Thanks a lot for your answers guys!

Still will be happy to hear about the solutions of Credant / Mcafee / Winmagic if anyone had tried those...?

Thanks! (:

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