I bought this because I have files that I want to keep secured. Isn’t that what most people want when they buy such a device? If I just needed 64 gigs of space I could buy a media card. So I bought this with the expectation that it was fairly empty except for a few command folders, and that is all anybody would see should it get into the wrong hands.
But no. After I moved about 6500 files into the vault, I discovered I had the same number of .dat files sitting in the unencrypted area. I know they are encrypted and can’t be coded in any way to read them (at least that’s a high hope, maybe not so?). If somebody found a single file on it, they wouldn’t be too interested. But 6500! Owned by a guy who works in a security firm! It must be something worth a few bucks to try to get the files decrypted.
WHY does there have to be a system file sitting right out in the open showing 6500 of anything?!?!?!
Is there a way to hide the .dat files so if, say, I were to lose it at a concert and someone picked it up, they could plug it into a usb port and see nothing but a vault to click on?
That’s what I’d like to see when I plug it in to my laptop. Just the vault. No PDF files, no tutorials, and especially no system file folder showing every file that’s inside the vault.
Is this possible?