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ScramDiskA Windows program that creates encrypted volumes and files on your hard disk that can only be accessed via password. It supports numerous encryption algorithms and also allows data to be concealed in an existing WAV file (steganography). The dialog box below shows the various algorithms supported. See encryption algorithm for a brief explanation of each algorithm. The free version of ScramDisk is no longer being updated; however, an enhanced, commercial version called DriveCrypt is available from SecurStar GmbH (www.drivecrypt.com).
|ScramDisk encrypts data on the hard disk, and this dialog box allows for the selection of the encryption algorithm. "Mouse entropy" is the amount of randomness introduced into the creation of the key. The more the mouse is moved around in a random pattern, the more randomness.|
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