p3nndrag0n at gmail.com
Sat Mar 15 12:13:06 GMT 2008
Thx for your reply. I've been told cryptkeeper will do as I asked as well
which is heartening. If that fails then I can try truecrypt. Already have
cryptkeeper installed on all my systems so now I just need to test if this
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On Saturday 15 March 2008 20:30:36 Daniel Mons wrote:
> James Takac wrote:
> > Hi Guys
> > Just wondering if there's a way to set the same encryption key on a
> > number of computers for cryptkeeper. I ask this cuz I am trying to write
> > a book as it were and keeping it encrypted on a flash drive and it would
> > be great to be able to move from computer to computer to work on it as I
> > need.
> > James
> Hi James,
> I encrypt my flash drive with TrueCrypt:
> I've not used CryptKeeper/EncFS before, and nor do I like suggesting to
> people to migrate willy nilly to other software as a quick-fix to their
> problems, but perhaps TrueCrypt might suit your needs a little better.
> You'll still need to install the base application on whatever machine
> you are working on, but it is cross platform, free software (non-GPL and
> with a slightly silly license, but still considered free by most) and is
> pretty simple to use via a single binary that accommodates both command
> line and GUI users.
> Security wise, it is gaining a lot of attention. There are a few USB
> flashdrive devices on the market now with TrueCrypt built on to a
> read-only portion of the key as their defacto security measures:
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