As we know that protection of important in USB drive is not an easy task but with USB secure software it let you to protect your USB drives.

How To Password Protect USB Drive ?

USB Secure lets you password protect your USB drives, SSD drives, external drives and memory cards. Protection is PC independent and does not require installation or administrative rights on the other end. You can unprotect your data by entering the password again. Works in all flavors of Windows.

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Portable Security

Compatible with all portable drives such as thumb drives, memory sticks & external hard-drives.

Plug and Play

PC independent, does not require installation on the other end, true plug and play protection.

Anti Theft

Multiple layers of security prevent criminals from accessing your receptive files and folders.

Reliability

Patent pending protection methods ensures your data will remain secure under all circumstances.

Fast and Easy

Simple & user-friendly interface makes it effortless for anyone to quickly lock their files & folders.

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To start password protecting your flash drives, follow these simple steps:

  1. Plug in your USB flash drive, and run the Setup program to install USB Secure. Once installed, run the application directly. Please note that if the program is already installed on your USB drive then plugging it in your PC will prompt an Autoplay window requesting to choose between two options:
  2. Open USB-Drive
  3. Protect This USB Drive
  4. Simply click on the ‘Protect This USB Drive’ option to start the process. You will be asked to set and confirm a password for the USB flash drive in the next window. Click on ‘Ok’ to confirm and apply the password protection for your flash drive.
  5. With a user-friendly interface and rapid password protection for your flash drives, you can rest assured in the knowledge that your portable data is secure and protected at all times with USB Secure. So, even if your flash drive is stolen, lost, or misplaced, your data will never be accessible by an unauthorized person.