Click the appropriate link for your operating system to download DriveSecurity. A free 30-day trial is included with your download.
Learn more about DriveSecurity powered by ESET: Visit the ESET DriveSecurity Page
ESET supports DriveSecurity exclusively through the information on this page and does not provide phone/email support for this product. If you need assistance, vist the ClevX support page.
Support for Kingston® DataTraveler® Vault Privacy 3.0 with DriveSecurity powered by ESET is handled by Kingston.
To install and activate DriveSecurity:
To renew/extend your license after the purchase period ends:
When your DriveSecurity license expires (either at the end of a trial or purchase period), a dialog will notify you and offer an option to purchase or extend your license (see Figure 1-4). Click OK to be redirected to the eStore where you can renew your license. After you have completed the renewal process, open DriveSecurity and click Yes when prompted to run the activation sequence.
The free trial period is 30 days. After 30 days, DriveSecurity will still function but no longer receive the latest virus signature database updates. A DriveSecurity Activation window will appear with a message that the current license has expired. To purchase a full license, click Purchase eStore License. Each 30-day trial is device-specific.
If you would like another 30-day trial of DriveSecurity for another portable device, visit http://www.eset.com/us/msp/DSInstall/DSInstall.exe to download. Your trial will start for the new device when you first run DriveSecurity.
If you lose the activated device, you cannot recover the license because DriveSecurity license is tied to the UDI (unique device identifier) of a given device. You will need to purchase a new license by downloading a new version of DriveSecurity for your replacement device from http://www.eset.com/us/msp/DSInstall/DSInstall.exe.
If you wipe your removable media device, you can recover by downloading again: Download DriveSecurity. DriveSecurity will recognize the UDI (unique device identifier) of your device and you will be prompted to enter your email to recover your license (see Figure 1-5). You must enter the same email used when you purchased DriveSecurity for that device.
To uninstall DriveSecurity:
When prompted that your license has expired, click Cancel to uninstall DriveSecurity. You will see a confirmation window when uninstallation is complete.
If the virus signature database updates fail: