Remora USB Disk Guard

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  • 1.0 stars

    "Confusing interface"

    September 12, 2010  |   By cnetdaan


    Downloaded a different program and use that instead


    What they said it did, and what it actually did, was quite different. Biggest problem was once I encrypted a file, I was unable to decrypt.


    Was never really sure if my files were safe or not. Very difficult to learn/operate if I ever did.
    I provide IT support for a government organization, so it is not like I am some confused infrequent user. Had much better success with an alternate program.

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  • Reply by Gosotoo on January 2, 2011

    yes it has a confusing interface and takes some care in using (green for unprotecting and red for protecting?? Isn't this backwards?), but it does do the job, but BE CAREFUL!!

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