CryptoFD will protect files on Flash Drives, SD cards, Micro-SD cards, Compact Flash cards, and Memory Sticks. Functions for encryption, decryption, file shredding, changing the device name, and a detailed device information display are provided. There is no need to limit yourself to expensive, "protected" USB flash drives. You can safely transport files on any type of memory chip device using CryptoFD.
Notice: I bought a Droid 2 to use for program development. Using the USB interface, I found that the Droid 2 mounts as a removable device. The SD card in the Droid can be used with CryptoFD. It has been tested with Windows 7 and Vista. If you want to decrypt files onto a machine that doesn't have the Droid drivers, you can remove the Micro-SD card and use an adapter (see the picture above).
You may want to decrypt files on a machine that doesn't have CryptoFD installed. If the machine is running Windows® XP SP3, Windows® Vista, or Windows® 7, you can.
To allow decryption on another Windows® machine, a functionally limited copy of CryptoFD and an auto run file are optionally placed on the flash drive (or memory chip) when a new password is created. Only the Decrypt command will function when executing CryptoFD from the removable device. You can download your files onto a client's machine without installing CryptoFD on their computer.