If you were to check the flash drives partitioning, you'll see that it has two separate partitions. The section with encryption program is on the primary partition of the flash drive. When the program executes, you get access to the other partition.
Now I've mounted those drives under Linux by bypassing the login process. Instead of mounting sdc1 (assuming sdc is your encrypted flash drive), you mount sdc2. What I've learnt is that the drive isn't encrypted at all - nor password protected. If you can find a way to format the first partition, you pretty much kill the password protection that comes with the flash drive. The "protected" partition just becomes the default partition when the primary one is unavailable.
TrueCrypt or any other data encryption method is the right way to actually secure your data
Apparently Santa can't be tracked in English - perhaps Norad's been taken over by non-English speaking saboteurs.
Selecting a language besides English gives the exact location of Santa.
When I selected Deutsch, here's what I got:
Willkommen beim NORAD-Programm zur Ortung des Weihnachtsmanns
Aktuelle Position Charleston, West Virginia, United States
Der Weihnachtsmann hält als nächstes in: Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States: 01:10
We can defeat gravity. The problem is the paperwork involved.