TrueCrypt is exactly the "encrypted drive" solution. It has problems. They
are described in this thread.
Sam Mason wrote:
> There are various tools that allow you to do this without specialised
> hardware, TrueCrypt is one I've used in the past and is very easy for
> naive users to get their heads around.
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