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Corporate technologies to do that include Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for example. But scanning for "hot files" that are not even written on disk, there's a 0.01% chance your employer will log and review it.
Possible, yes, though very unlikely. But I don't know who you work for and what technologies your employer implements.
Make it easy on yourself. Go and get an ubuntu cd and start it up using your machine or use a vitural machine. then connect the usb directly to your vm or ubuntu cd. After extract the files required. make a copy and zip it for protection. run a spam cleaner on the files or upload it through a scanner. 2nd run a scan on your thumbdrive. Rick
None of the answers have really addressed the second part of your question "stop the use of the encrypted keys on other PC's". I don't have a complete solution to this, but an idea that may get you started. You create a TrueCrypt container on the disk. Instead of using a password, generate a random key file, and use only the key file (no password) - you ...
I would suggest that, if you are paranoid and believe that your antivirus is not up to the task, remove the hard drive of your computer first by unplugging the SATA cable. Disconnect your machine from all networks and ensure that ethernet cables and wireless connections are completely disabled. Since the hard drive has been removed, you will need to use a ...
There are a few things you should do: Disable autorun, this way you won't start any install scripts Use an updated firewall / virus scanner, for obvious reasons Or you could run a linux live cd and copy the data.
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