1996-03-23 - Re: protection on IoMega ZIP drives

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From: dirsec <unicorn@schloss.li>
To: “Joseph L. Moll” <jmoll@acquion.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1996-03-23 11:14:28 UTC
Raw Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 19:14:28 +0800

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From: dirsec <unicorn@schloss.li>
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 1996 19:14:28 +0800
To: "Joseph L. Moll" <jmoll@acquion.com>
Subject: Re: protection on IoMega ZIP drives
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On Fri, 22 Mar 1996, Joseph L. Moll wrote:

> This is in regard to the now popular ZIP disks, the removable 100MB
> cartridge for PC's/MAC's.
> Anyone have any idea how secure the ZIP disk is once it is "protected?"  I
> know that the disk will refuse to be mounted without the passkey, but what
> is really happening here?

Not much.

Use CryptDisk, shareware from Mr. W. Price.

I believe the current version is 1.1.3
Much more secure.

> Best Regards,
> ---
> Joseph (Joe) L. Moll  mailto:jmoll@acquion.com
> Network/Communications Engineering
> http://www.acquion.com  phone:864-281-4108  fax:864-281-4576
> Acquion, Inc.  Greenville, SC  USA -- Specialists in Electronic Commerce

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