1993-06-04 - Term software, disk driver encryption

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From: greg@ideath.goldenbear.com (Greg Broiles)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1993-06-04 07:45:00 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 4 Jun 93 00:45:00 PDT

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From: greg@ideath.goldenbear.com (Greg Broiles)
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 93 00:45:00 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Term software, disk driver encryption
Message-ID: <BJ1L5B1w164w@ideath.goldenbear.com>
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Am suprised no-one's mentioned DISKREET, the encrypted disk driver software 
included with the Norton Utilities. It does DES, though the manual doesn't 
mention which flavor of DES it uses. I have been using it for roughly 2 
years now without any trouble. It's been well-behaved and is probably 
already on lots of folks' disks, by virtue of being included with the rest 
of the Norton stuff.

I think "TPU" refers to Turbo Pascal Units. "Async Pro" is, if I remember 
right, the name of an add-on async communications library for Turbo Pascal. 
Telix is not free, but is freely distributable, as it's shareware.

Greg Broiles                            greg@goldenbear.com
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