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Protect your files and folder on your pen drives with USB Safeguard

USB Safeguard is a freeware, portable tool for protecting your data on pen drives (USB Sticks).

As USB Pen drives are a hand held device, there are chances for losing or theft. This tool helps you password protect your documents and folders by encrypting them using AES 256 bits encryption algorithm.

The utility is very simple to use. After downloading the tool, copy it in your USB drive. Then run it. After giving the password click OK.

Then simply drag and drop files and folders from your USB drive into the program’s windows to quickly protect your sensitive documents.

With USB Safeguard (download it at source), Your data is secure while the drive it is out and about with you in an Internet cafe's or at work.

Update: Some users emailed me that anti-virus Kaspersky detected a Trojan in this tool. Check this Virustotal analysis link.


  1. Must have tool for Pen drive users :)

  2. Of course a great utility. Thanks dude for sharing.

  3. KIS 2010 detected Trojan.Win32.Vilsel.qug in the installer :(

  4. Thanks to the info.
    I think only Kaspersky detected a Trojan on it. Users Please look this Virus total analysis report before trying the above software.


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