Re: How to use encrpyted thumb drives with Ubuntu Linux?
Kingston seems to be very clear that it only works on microsoft operating systems. Also a quick google search shows up no results. If you want an encrypted cross platform flash drive you should go with true crypt. It will be a lot simpler. Also I personally trust truecrypt a bunch more than a closed piece of hardware. Yes it does offload the encryption/decryption onto the CPU but with the speed and multitasking ability of todays CPUs the overhead is minimal.
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