Flash Drive

MotKey USB drive unveiled

MotKey USB drive unveiled

There are lots of people out there who keep a flash drive with them at all times. A flash drive can be used to share photos, carry documents, and lots more. With many people keeping a flash drive on them at all times one of the most popular places to carry a drive is on a keychain.

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Kingston debuts ultra-secure DataTraveler 5000 flash drive

Kingston debuts ultra-secure DataTraveler 5000 flash drive

Not too long ago Kingston had to recall some of its secure flash drives because a flaw was found in the encryption used that allowed the security protocols to be bypassed. Kingston wasn't the only flash drive maker that had to recall secure drives because of the flaw. Today Kingston has unveiled a new flash drive that uses hardware approved by the DoD for the transportation of classified documents.

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Kingston to replace affected secure flash drives with new products

Kingston to replace affected secure flash drives with new products

You may or may not have heard that an exploit was found that would allow unauthorized users to bypass the security on flash drives that use certain types of encryption. That means that any confidential files on the drives could be accessed when the user thought they were encrypted and secure. This could create a big problem for businesses with confidential customer information on a flash drive.

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Corsair drops new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive

Corsair drops new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive

My first computer was a Tandy from Radio Shack that my parents bought for me one Christmas when I was five. The thing didn’t even have a hard drive and the first computer I had with a hard drive has a few measly megabytes of storage and wouldn’t even hold my IM app today. My point is that we are always needing more storage space and what we think is enough. If your old flash drive is full and you are in need of something with more space, Corsair has announced a new 64GB Flash Survivor USB drive that may be just the ticket.

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