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USB Secure provides strong password protection for all of your USB drives, external drives, and thumb drives, quickly and easily.

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What are people saying about USB Secure

Genie au Travail Nothing about licence activation in the licence policy ?

encryption algorithm used ?

Can I use protected USB drives on any computer ?

How can I uninstall the software from an USB drive ?
I have made some tests (the results are good) but I haven't find any way to uninstall the software without formatting again the drive.

The licence policy indicates that the software can be installed only on one computer but there is no install on the computer, just on the USB drive of my choice.
Also, how the licence policy works with USB drives ?
Dec 7 2011 at 12:32am Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. A single user license of USB Secure is good for only one USB/External drive. For every drive more than one, you will have to purchase that number of additional licenses.

USB Secure doesn't provide encryption, it protects your data by using a different protection technique designed by the engineers at NewSoftwares, Inc.

Yes, since USB Secure gets installed directly on your USB/External drive, you can use it on any computer
New - Dec 8 2011 at 4:43am Copy Link
Genie au Travail Thank you for the answers.

It is interesting to know that the licence is by USB drive, not by computer...

And about uninstallation ?
Dec 8 2011 at 4:51am Copy Link
Jason Howard "if you want to install USB Secure on multiple computers you will have to purchase multiple licenses."

This sounds wrong...

For a student who takes a USB drive to computers across classrooms, and libraries all over campus - I guess this would require the purchase a few hundred licenses to protect a single USB drive?

Is there no footprint (user or program files or registry settings) created or left behind on the host PC?

Is the filesystem structure modified in any way (made invalid or non-standard), that a defrag or disk check/fix could trash the data on the USB drive?
Dec 8 2011 at 5:05am Copy Link
Genie au Travail It's impressive!
It's the first time I see a software mount a virtual drive without to have need to install a driver.
All other solutions that I have tested needs a driver to get the same result.

Great work!
Dec 8 2011 at 10:33am Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. @Jason Well, you do not have to purchase separate license for USB Secure to use it on different computers. USB Secure gets installed directly on your USB/External drive and you can use it on any computer without any additional licenses.
New - Dec 9 2011 at 4:06am Copy Link
Genie au Travail I have purchase a licence and I have a question for the developper:
Is there a way to exclude some files and folders from being protected on the USB drive ?
Something like a 'white list"...
Dec 10 2011 at 1:48am Copy Link
Jason Howard When protecting or unprotecting files on the USB are any files copied to the hard drive on the host computer?

I would like to think that if the files are secure that extra (working?) copies of the files are not made anywhere other than on the USB drive.
Dec 10 2011 at 3:27am Copy Link
John Gee 1) If I use it to secure a 1 Terrabyte external USB drive, and want my backup software to be able to update files on that drive, do I need to enter the password for each file? Or just once to open the drive.

2) If there are 500,000 files on that drive, is it going to take 10 minutes to un-lock?

The concept appears great, but there are some devils in the details.
Dec 10 2011 at 4:05am Copy Link
Ralph Bressler I just glanced at my desk and saw 7 USB drives. I have more! As I understand it, if I want to protect all these devices I would need to pay about $120. Granted, I would probably not need to protect them all but... I am glad I have never felt the need to protect data in this way and can "pass" on this expensive option.
Dec 10 2011 at 4:07am Copy Link
Emil Kucera A single user license of USB Secure is good for only one USB/External drive.
Can it be taken off one drive to install instead on another one? Example: if I install it on an 8gig thumb drive for testing and I like it, can I then take it off that thumb drive and install instead on a 500 GB portable hard drive?
Dec 10 2011 at 8:18am Copy Link
bvssunnydale I have ten USB drives.. so I have to purchase ten licenses..PGP works well and is free guys.
Dec 10 2011 at 8:50am Copy Link
Genie au Travail No answers ?
Dec 10 2011 at 10:56am Copy Link
Emil Kucera something came in e-mail that I deleted unopened expecting to find it here, but no such luck - is something broken?
Dec 10 2011 at 3:32pm Copy Link
Alan Could someone answer Emils question?

I am somewhat interested, but would like to know if I can move the license as I want to.
Dec 10 2011 at 3:54pm Copy Link
Emil Kucera ok, no sale, then; not getting any answers does not inspire a lot of confidence, no matter how good the product may seem. Unless you want to extend the deal for one more day?
Dec 10 2011 at 8:42pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. Sorry everyone for the delay. Genie au Travail I am afraid it is not possible to exclude files from being protected.

Jason Howard No, files are not copied to any location on the host computer's hard drive, they always remain on your USB/External drive.

John Gee If you need to backup your files, all you need to do is unprotecct your drive only once by entering the correct password. Once your data is unprotected, your backup software will be able to backup all your files. Well, the protection and unprotection time depends on the number of files, not on the size of data.

Emil Kucera Yes, you can transfer the license to a different drive as far as you are using it only on 1 USB/External drive. You might need to contact our support department for that.

Alan Sawyer Yes, you can move the license to a different drive.
New - Dec 12 2011 at 7:24am Copy Link
Wally L This piece of information is too late for this promotion period:

However it is more for reference purposes to anyone who may be interested in "USB Secure" that Zentimo by Crystal Rich Ltd. will not work because the file Zentimo.ini that is written to the root of the USB stick (or memory card with USB reader) will no longer be accessible by the Zentimo program if "USB Secure" is in use.

Although Jonathan Ladd hasn't confirmed this, Michelle from NewSoftware Inc has eventually confirmed it)

Perhaps they may come up with a future release that will be able to exclude certain files in which case I'll buy a License('s) as fast as possible.
Dec 16 2011 at 9:16am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen As things may have changed since December 2011, I would like to know If the license is good for as many thumb drives as I want or is it still "one license per TD"?
Mar 21 2012 at 1:20am Copy Link
Stefan Hauber Reading the comments, the headline should not be 'Secure your Portable Drives with a Click', but

Secure One Portable Drive With a Click
Mar 21 2012 at 2:15am Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. Well, the license policy for USB Secure is still the same i.e. a single user license works only for 1 USB drive.
New - Mar 21 2012 at 3:00am Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I like the idea of encrypting a drive with one click, but the policy is very restrictive. Right now i have a very good encryption software which allows me to encrypt an unlimited number of files, one by one. I have to highlight all the files on the drive and with one click I can encrypt them all.
Mar 21 2012 at 3:17am Copy Link
john carter Cant wait to buy this deal :)
Mar 21 2012 at 7:31am Copy Link
pixie shaw I note that your blurb doesnt mention an encryption algorithm. Can you tell me how my files will be sucured?
Mar 24 2012 at 8:21am Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. Well, USB Secure doesn't use any standard encryption algorithm. The security has been developed by the engineers at
New - Mar 24 2012 at 8:30am Copy Link
Cheryl Rutherford Just use BITLOCKER for Windows to secure ANY drive, including USB drives - FREE. I really have a problem with software that is PROPRIETARY. If you lose it, you lose it all. What if you HD crashes, along with your SW? How about the USB drive? What if it crashes because of the proprietary SW?
Mar 24 2012 at 9:36am Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. Just in case your USB drive gets lost or damaged, you can use the license for USB Secure on your new drive.
New - Mar 24 2012 at 10:28am Copy Link
J S Q1. is it Still Not Possible to use USB Secure & Zentimo together?

I asked this question last promotion because it qasn't clear at that time if the *.ini file placed in the USB root would work or not BUT I'm hoping that that has now been fixed.

Q2. If the answer to Q1 is NO then will USB Secure ever will able to work with Zentimo (
Mar 24 2012 at 12:04pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. I am afraid it is not possible to use Zentimo with USB Secure.

I will forward this suggestion/feature request to the concerned department.
New - Mar 24 2012 at 3:03pm Copy Link
S B Proprietary encryption ("trust us!" or worse yet, "trust us with your corporate assets") *very severely* limits security and is typically very unattractive.

(I'm currently using 3 GB TrueCrypt volumes on USB drives)

May I ask a few important questions that I cannot find answers to on the USB Secure web site?

1) What is the level of security that USB Secure provides (protection from whom and for how long)? Is it designed for archival storage?

2) Are the file names, number of files, file sizes encrypted?

3) Is the user-entered password used directly for encryption, and how are passwords managed? Is there "salt" and how is "entropy" generated?

4) Are encrypted passwords stored in recognizable places?

Many thanks!
Mar 24 2012 at 8:43pm Copy Link
Danny All well and good! But why not USB Block tool together with this USB Secure tool in the BDJ deal?
Oct 9 2012 at 12:05pm Copy Link
Tony77 Ng Hi,
Can I use 1 license of this software with 4 external USB drives?
Can I open and view the locked external USB drive on other computer?
Oct 9 2012 at 1:59pm Copy Link
Bruce Questions
(1) Based on the screen shots, this looks very similar to a USB security app that was included on one of my new flash drives a while back (it is the same screen design of a stylized flash drive, same general layout, so I believe it to be the same program or vendor).
But I had a serious problem with that earlier version, in which once used and then attempt to remove (I did have the valid password) it would no longer allow access to the flash drive data space at all. And I had a difficult time of even trying to reformat the flash drive.
Question: does this new version fix the usability issue I experienced?

(2) Does this have cross platform usability when drive is secured with this encryption/security tool?
Can the data be accessed from both Windows and Mac?

Thank you.
Oct 9 2012 at 4:15pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. @Danny. USB Block and USB Secure are completely different products with their unique functionalities. USB Secure is designed to protect data on portable devices and USB Block works on the PC and prevent anyone from accessing USB drives, CD/DVD drives, non-system partitions and network locations from your PC.

@Tony. A single license is valid only for 1 USB drive and you must purchase a separate license for each of your drives. Yes, since USB Secure gets installed on your USB/External drive itself, you can plug-in this drive on any PC any protect / Unprotect your data.

@Bruce. I am not really sure which applications you might have used because, USB Secure doesn't come pre-installed on any portable device, it is possible that someone might have designed a similar interface for their program.

2. Currently USB Secure only works with all 32 and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
New - Oct 10 2012 at 10:19pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. USB Secure protects your data using the security designed by the engineers at New

USB Secure password protects your data by applying different layers of security, it doesn't encrypt your data using any standard encryption algorithm.

No, USB Secure only work on all 32 and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
New - Oct 12 2012 at 4:22am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ MAK St, Mark Neil, Steven Compton, maria neeson

We know all your comments are arriving via the same IP. This type of behavior is not welcome on BDJ.
BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 12 2012 at 11:45am Copy Link
J S Hi Jonathan,

Q1. Can I now use USB Secure & Zentimo or USB Secure & "USB Safely Remove" together, OR, will this never be a possibility?

I have previously asked this question and thought that it may well be worth asking again. (For Your info: Zentimo & "USB Safely Remove" places a file in the root of the USB device which can be read and written too)
Oct 12 2012 at 6:01pm Copy Link
. zyria How is the encryption not bypassed by plugging the drive into an alternate OS?
Jun 16 2013 at 1:03pm Copy Link
Mike Shanahan 1. Is this still proprietary "encryption"? If so, EVERY security expert will tell you this is bad news. I hope you can tell me you now use AES-256. If not - why not?

2. Is this still one license per drive? That's just not reasonable and why do you care how many devices I protect with the software? If people share the code, which few would, in 99% of the cases they wouldn't be buying your software anyway. Why not assume the best from your customers? You should consider allowing them to use on up to 5 drives per license (for example). Otherwise, it's a no go and you lose more people from the draconian licensing policies (who just won't but at all) than from cheaters sharing your code. That's just the truth,

3. I want to hear the sales pitch on why this software would be better than free solutions that are available. The price *seems* ridiculous to protect one flash drive.

4. Finally, what's up with "USB Secure" versus "USB Locker"? It's made to look like two different companies make these products. However, using the word "software" in a non-standard plural sense using the "s", same proprietary encryption, same draconian licensing, almost exact same phrasing, nearly cloned websites - and both also sell insecure worthless "locking" software along with their proprietary encryption products. Is "New Softwares" and "Softwares Orbit" one and the same? I have a hard time believing there's no connection at all. With security products it all comes down to trust.
Jun 16 2013 at 4:30pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. @Mike

Newsoftwares and Softwaresorbit are two different companies.

As far as sales pitch report. You can check it on our website. USB Secure is a perfect solution to protect all portable drives.
New - Jun 16 2013 at 11:06pm Copy Link
NewSoftware's Inc. Keep in mind that the opposite is true for Proprietary encryption. You don't have to rely on windows for USB Secure to function. USB Secure, being completely autonyms is what makes it exceptional from other similar products. Moreover, "New Softwares" and "Softwares Orbit" are not the same organization. Millions of people have purchased USB Secure, and they love our product. In fact, we are so confident in our product, we let users try it out before purchasing it. Moreover, we provide our users with 100 percent user satisfaction guarantee.
New - Jun 16 2013 at 11:43pm Copy Link
John Hood Constantin Florea - Does not say Win 10 here. What is the version? Is purchase lifetime with updates regardless of version? Does the license expire? Etc.
Jul 27 2016 at 6:43am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @John Hood, According to the product website, the product does work on Windows 10 so I just updated the Platforms accordingly.

Regarding the upgrades, please check "The Fine Print" tab:
"Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for minor versions only. For versions after that, upgrades will require additional payment, which will be discounted. It will be discounted only if you've purchased the last major version."

We sell the product under the same license conditions as the vendor does on the product website.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jul 27 2016 at 6:48am Copy Link
Nelson Carvalho Sorry my Inglês.
I would like to know the following:
1) This license allows me to block the use of all flash drives that I have or just one per license?
2) Is there any limit size for the pen drive?
3) Once locked, you can format the flash drive?
Jul 27 2016 at 7:15am Copy Link
Tony Ng Hi,
Do I have to purchase 3 licenses for my 3 USB hard drives ?
Jul 27 2016 at 1:32pm Copy Link
NewSoftwares .Net @Nelson Carvalho

1. A single USB Secure user-license is valid for only 1 (one) external hard drive. In a nutshell, It will work on a single external hard drive. A single user license is good for only one external hard drive. For every external hard drive more than one, you will have to purchase that number of additional licenses.

2. There is no limit size of the pen drive.

3. Yes, you can format it.
New - Jul 27 2016 at 11:02pm Copy Link
NewSoftwares .Net @Tony Ng

A single USB Secure user-license is valid for only 1 (one) external hard drive. In a nutshell, It will work on a single external hard drive. A single user license is good for only one external hard drive. For every external hard drive more than one, you will have to purchase that number of additional licenses.
New - Jul 27 2016 at 11:04pm Copy Link

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