April 12, 2015.
This update includes several improvements and fixes, such as:
- Full support for the exFAT file system, on those versions of Windows that offer exFAT support.
- A new command, PANIC, has been added to the USBCrypt notification icon menu that you could use to quickly stop all encrypted drives, even if they have open files on them.
- When creating a new Virtual Encrypted Disk, the name you have chosen for the disk is now used as the drive label of the Virtual Encrypted Disk.
- A new Group Policy has been added to the Administrator's Kit that enables the administrator to hide the license key information on the About USBCrypt window.
- The look of the main window of USBCrypt has been changed to give the 'flat' appearance.
- Several other minor improvements have been made.
As usual, the trial version of USBCrypt comes with a free license for 30 days of full use. If you have not tried it yet, please feel free to download it and give it a try.
And, of course, if you have purchased your USBCrypt within the last 12 months, you can upgrade to this version free of charge (for the earlier purchasers the 50% upgrade discount is also available.)
- Personal vs Business license
- Limitations during the evaluation period
- What's new in the new version
- USBCrypt press release
- End User License Agreement (EULA)
- WinAbility Encryption Driver
- Migrating encrypted data from TrueCrypt
- Make it easy to return your lost encrypted drive
- Can USBCrypt encrypt the C: drive?
- Encrypt Firefox profile with USBCrypt
- How to move the Dropbox folder onto the encrypted drive
- USBCrypt for Microsoft® Office users
- Why can’t I copy large files over 4GB to my USB flash drive?
- Test the strength of your password with USBCrypt
- Using names and labels to organize USBCrypt drives
- How to password-protect a USB flash drive
- Always have a backup of your important files