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[Discuss] TrueCrypt with SSD

> From: at [mailto:discuss-
> at] On Behalf Of Doug
> When my wife wants to work on her own computer at home, they have told
> her to make sure any file is encrypted. I bought a 4G USB stick that I
> installed TrueCrypt on. It is easy to transport from home to work and
> is no big deal if it is lost. 

You should also try encfs, macfusion, encfs4win, dropbox (et al), and/or

> Security folks would not be fans of the solution, since putting data
> on an easily removed media is not the sort of behavior they want to
> encourage.

I disagree.  Ironkey, IMHO, is more secure than any of the above.  And it's
removable USB device.

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