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I would like to know how to encrypt an external-drive that is connected to my router. I have it as a network drive on my laptop. I use it as one backup source. I would like to secure it so, if it gets in the wrong hands, no files could be salvaged. How is this possible?


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TrueCrypt


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That reply doesn't specifically help my situation. I couldn't find tutorial anywhere on how to encrypt a network drive.

Edited by Smokey, 11 April 2014 - 06:05 AM.

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You could try Axcrypt to do the on the go encryption and decryption.


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