IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: ENC Security Encrypt Stick Adds Private Browser to Its Encrypted USB Drives

 
 
By Andrew Garcia  |  Posted 2010-12-03 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Encrypt Stick 5.0 adds a Private Browser to ENC Security Systems' USB thumb drive security software, allowing customers to safely browse on an untrusted PC, as well as encrypt both portable and stationary files and data with 512-bit polymorphic encryption. With Private Browser, users can browse the Internet without leaving behind telltale history, bookmarks or cookies. Private Browser supports Javascript and Adobe Flash—although the latter was inconsistent in eWEEK tests—as well as tabbed browsing. The built-in Password Manager also lets users store Website credentials on the Encrypt Stick, which can be inserted into a Website with just a few clicks of the mouse, thereby reducing threat of data leakage due to keyloggers. EncryptStick 5.0 is available now from http://www.encryptstick.com for $40. To read the full review, check out "Encrypt Stick 5.0 Adds Private Browser". Or if you have experience with Private Browser or Encrypt Stick, share your thoughts at http://labs.eweek.com.
 
 
 

ENC Security Encrypt Stick Adds Private Browser to Its Encrypted USB Drives

by Andrew Garcia
ENC Security Encrypt Stick Adds Private Browser to Its Encrypted USB Drives
 
 
 
 
 
Andrew cut his teeth as a systems administrator at the University of California, learning the ins and outs of server migration, Windows desktop management, Unix and Novell administration. After a tour of duty as a team leader for PC Magazine's Labs, Andrew turned to system integration - providing network, server, and desktop consulting services for small businesses throughout the Bay Area. With eWEEK Labs since 2003, Andrew concentrates on wireless networking technologies while moonlighting with Microsoft Windows, mobile devices and management, and unified communications. He produces product reviews, technology analysis and opinion pieces for eWEEK.com, eWEEK magazine, and the Labs' Release Notes blog. Follow Andrew on Twitter at andrewrgarcia, or reach him by email at agarcia@eweek.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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