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don'tlie

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Hi, everyone :)

It's been quite a period, I should say :) I'm trying to cope now with the first practice log in Geek U, hope to get it ready soon.

I would like to know what means can be used to ensure safety of data on a flash card if I need to connect it to some computer I don't trust :) To tell the truth I'm asking this question for two reasons, the first one is practical: I sometimes have to store sensitive information on my card and the second one is practical either (sorry for being a bit mercenary :) ) - there's a contest on keylogger.org site and I would like to win a program there, anyway if you have some information to share on the topic or you know where it's possible to find such an information I would greatly appreciate the tips :) :)
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