USB memory stick password protected under linux and windows?
I bought a USB memory stick not too long ago, and have been using it to transfer files around between several XP machines. I would really like to be able to read it in Linux, too.
I am currently using the windows password protection software included with it, which is pretty poor, but it works. It makes the unprotected region visible when I am "logged out" and then the same drive becomes the protected version when I am "logged in". Blech.
What I would really like is something I can use on both linux and windows, where the protected and unprotected regions can be accessed at the same time. Maybe using some sort of file encryption on top of the FAT file system? Like password-protected zip files? (but not actually password-protected zip files. that would be a pain in the butt.) Any suggestions?