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You will be able to tell the difference when you can remove the storage card and insert it in another device or card reader. Encrypted files will be displayed as .MENC files, with the following filename convention: [filename].[extension].[GUID].menc The [GUID] is the encryption key that determines whether the file can be decrypted on the device where the storage card is inserted. The .menc extension is the indicator that tells whether a file is encrypted. The purpose of the extension is to indicate that you can't open those files. A Lock icon is also associated with the encrypted files. When you insert the storage card back to your device where the files were encrypted, the [GUID] will match with the decryption key on your device and the [GUID].menc extension will not be displayed. Encrypted files will appear just like normal files and they can be opened.
If you still have this problem, I can email you this mini-app (RelayLock.exe) - I just bought 10 of these flashdrives from China via Ebay, and there is one on each drive.
You will need to send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
The .menc extension is the indicator that tells
whether a file is encrypted. The purpose of the extension is to
indicate that you can't open those files. A Lock icon is also
associated with the encrypted files. When you insert the storage
card back to your device where the files were encrypted, the [GUID]
will match with the decryption key on your device and the [GUID].menc
extension will not be displayed. Encrypted files will appear just like
normal files and they can be opened.
Decrypting files: To
decrypt files that are encrypted, the current solution is to transfer
them from the storage card to a computer via ActiveSync or Windows
Mobile Device Center, and then copy them back to the storage card after
the Storage Card Encryption has been disabled on the device.
To disable Storage Card Encryption:
Go to Start>Settings>System Tab>Encryption.
Uncheck the box that says “Encrypt files placed on the storage card.”
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Well if you can save the file but are unsure how to store and keep the file on your pc and have it be safe I would recommend something called Folder Lock. I will provide you a link.
On-the-fly 256-bit AES encryption (military standard) for data security.
Just as Lockers in physical world, different users can create their own Lockers. A single user can create multiple Lockers with different passwords as well. With Folder Lock, you can choose either to encrypt using 256-bit AES on-the-fly encryption or lock files, folders and drives anywhere on your computer. Each Locker can contain your encrypted files as well as your personal list of locked items.
The best way is to use an encryption software. This will encrypt the folder and lock it via a password no matter what user/system tries to access it. WinRAR, and WinZIP also offers some encryption techniques. The best I've used was actually an updated windows folder encryption program.
If you're running a higher version of windows vista (business or ultimate) you could use the software that comes with windows to encrypt the folders. Though, I'd suggest looking around at different applications on the internet. www.google.com is the best place to start. If you have any questions on certain types of applications I can help with that later on. However, I'd suggest at least a 128bit encryption application as the encryption is very difficult to break. :)