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UsbCryptFormat

Graphical user interface for encryption of external devices like usb flash drives or external hard drives for linux

USBCryptFormat

USB flash drives are small, lightweight, cheap and very convenient.
However, due to their size and mobility they might get stolen or one might
lose them quite quickly.

If the saved data on the drives fall into the wrong hands, that could add
up to more damage than the worth of the data storage medium itself in most
cases.

Therefore data on usb flash drives or external hard drives should
be stored encrypted.

This programme will help with that because it enables reformating one's
usb flash drive or external hard drive with an encrypted filesystem in a way that
on contrast to previous ways, is comparatively safe and with just a
few clicks quite easy and doable even for a layperson.

Documentation

After install you will find UsbCryptFormat in the menu "System > Administration > Encrypt external device"

The programme is quite self-explanatory as this introduction with
screenshots
demonstrates.

Copyleft

UsbCryptFormat is free software and licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Download

Debian and Ubuntu

usbcryptformat_12.05.20_all.deb (10 KB)

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