ActMask has a product on Bits Du Jour today.
Drive Encryption - Protect Your Removable Media!http://www.bitsdujou...e/driver-encryption/
The posts by Keith Anderson have brought into question whether the product actually encypts the drive, or just the FAT.
The developer, Thomas Lee, has already acknowledged:
"The DriveEncryption encrypts the File Allocation Table for FAT format drive only."
This alone would be enough to deep-six the product, if it is not clearly indicated on the website.
Keith then reports he then found the same problem on the NTSF volume.
Kudos to Keith for doing extra homework.
Strange. Why would an encryption product actually encrypt the FAT and not the drive ? Why risk a stable of products on one that doesn't do what is advertised ?
Notice pidgin English in a company with a San Diego addy.
"Almost support all kind of Removable, Fixed, USB storage drive and Memory Card"
"It has ability to encrypt for each Logistic Disk"
Did a software middleman in San Diego get fooled by some Chinese (or others with limited English) software developers ?
Should we recommend to Nick to withdraw this Bits ?
Your thoughts ?