SanDisk SecureAccess Alternatives for Linux

    SanDisk SecureAccess is not available for Linux but there are a few alternatives that runs on Linux with similar functionality. The best Linux alternative is SecurStick, which is free. If that doesn't work for you, our users have ranked eight alternatives to SanDisk SecureAccess, but unfortunately only two of them are available for Linux. If you can't find an alternative you can try to filter for web or SaaS options.

    This page was last updated Feb 8, 2020

      • FreeProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      SecurStick is a free portable application that lets you carry encrypted files on your USB drive. You can use the drive on any computer to access and modify those files WITHOUT needing any administrator privileges. Available languages: English, German and Italian.
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      SecurStick vs SanDisk SecureAccess opinions
      Almost everyone thinks SecurStick is a great alternative to SanDisk SecureAccess.
      The interface is way too different and not out-of-the-box enough
      Negative comment almost 2 years ago

    1. Transform Any USB Flash Drive into a Digital Privacy Manager. Keep your private files safe, Manage your passwords, Browse the web privately.
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