Discover the hidden files on your memory stick
Pendrives (USB sticks) are really handy tools, allowing you to roam far and wide while bringing all your important documents with you. They are easy to carry and easy to use, which is great for you, but bad, bad news if your pendrive happens to fall into the wrong hands.
You need to pre-empt any nasty accidents, so why not protect the most important documents by storing them in an encrypted partition? That's what Gili USB Stick Encryption will allow you to do - create a password-protected secure area that you can only access if you have the pendrive and know the magic words.
The small utility is very easy to use, and the lack of offline help shouldn't prove too problematic. You connect your pendrive, back-up all your data - because the program erases everything - choose the size of the secure area and press install. When you've finished, Gili USB Stick Encryption will prompt you to choose a password which you will have to enter to open the secure area in the future.
Once the area is open, you'll be able to save to it and browse as you would in any normal pendrive. Don't forget to close it when you're done! Uninstalling the area or changing the password isn't a problem either, but you can only perform these actions if the area is already closed.
Gili USB Stick Encryption provides an extra layer of reliable security for your pendrive.
If agent.exe is deleted from the USB Device ,you can recover it..
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If agent.exe is deleted from the USB Device ,you can recover it. Please visit :http://www.gilisoft.com/how-usb-stick-encryption.htm#repair
and if agent.exe is deleted from the USB Device?.
Congratulations! This software is very useful and interesting... Moreand if agent.exe is deleted from the USB Device?.
Congratulations! This software is very useful and interesting! It's the best in class I have ever experienced! BUT if the agent.exe is deleted from the USB Device, purposely or accidentally, by anyone? What happens? I lose all the data? I have to reformat it, ever? Then what should I do? And the partition format can be FAT32 or just NTFS? Because I prefer the FAT32 format in USB devices. Grateful for your attention! Carlos Eduardo, from BRAZIL