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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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MXI Security unveils Stealth Bio MXP encrypted flash drive

MXI Security unveils Stealth Bio MXP encrypted flash drive

There has been a lot of news over the last week or so about a flaw in supposedly encrypted flash drives and storage devices that would allow a nefarious user to bypass the security of a drive. This has left some people that are security conscious looking for a new flash drive and MXI Security has a new one that may do the trick.

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Super Talent and Symwave team for USB 3.0 RAIDDrive

Super Talent and Symwave team for USB 3.0 RAIDDrive

USB 3.0 gear is going to be big at CES 2010 starting in January. There have already been several announcements of different companies that will be showing off USB 3.0 gear at the show. Much of the gear will be hitting the market early next year for consumers to get their hands on too. Super Talent and Symwave have announced that they will be showing off the USB 3.0 RAIDDrive at CES 2010.

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Team unveils USB 2.0/eSATA X092 flash drive

Team unveils USB 2.0/eSATA X092 flash drive

Several new dual interface flash drives have been unveiled recently and many of them are sporting USB 3.0 connectivity. Team has announced its new dual format flash drive that sports eSATA but uses older USB 2.0 tech rather than the new speedier interface.

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A-DATA unveils N002 USB 3.0/SATA II dual interface flash drive

A-DATA unveils N002 USB 3.0/SATA II dual interface flash drive

With USB 3.0 on the horizon we are starting to see lots of gear show up that supports the new interface. We may not see native Intel USB 3.0 chipsets in 2010, but we will see lots of add-in cards and peripherals show up next year and a bunch of them will be seen first at CES 2010.

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Centon Electronics unveils licensed MLB flash drives

Centon Electronics unveils licensed MLB flash drives

Flash drives have become the little devices that many users just can’t get along without. Having a flash drive on you at all times can be a big deal for many people. Major League Baseball fans looking for a new flash drive will like the new line from Centron Electronics sporting MLB team logos.

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Active Media Predator X7 SSDs: speedy, afforable & a mini-USB too

Active Media Predator X7 SSDs: speedy, afforable & a mini-USB too

Active Media are becoming known for pairing reasonably performing solid-state drives with reasonably affordable price tags, and that's a combination we can't find much to argue with here at SlashGear.  The latest series, the Predator X7 SSD line, is no different: capacities start at 32GB, then rise through 64GB and 128GB before topping out at 256GB.

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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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Pretec i-Disk Tango grabs world’s fastest flash drive title

Pretec i-Disk Tango grabs world’s fastest flash drive title

A Taiwanese company called Pretec has announced what it claims to be the world's fastest USB flash drive known as the i-Disk Tango 266X. The performance claims for the little flash drive are impressive. The maximum theoretical speed of the USB 2.0 specification is 60MB/sec, and we all know those maximum speeds are rarely achieved.

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Lexar unveils enterprise-class JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS validated USB drive

Lexar unveils enterprise-class JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS validated USB drive

Keeping the data we put on flash drives and other external storage solutions safe is a concern for many of us. In the world of government and business keeping data safe is an even bigger concern. Lost government flash drives packed with personal data on citizens have been in the news before and presents a big issues for Americans. Lexar has announced a new flash drive that is called the JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS to protect sensitive data for enterprise and government workers.

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Kingston crams more performance into DataTraveler 410 USB Drive

Kingston crams more performance into DataTraveler 410 USB Drive

There are some things in life that we always want more of. You can never have enough money or enough speed for your Internet connection. It's also hard to argue with more storage space. We certainly all want more speed from our backup devices and Kingston has announced its DataTraveler 410 is now faster than ever.

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Gresso Gran Monaco USB drives made from exotic car materials

Gresso Gran Monaco USB drives made from exotic car materials

There are lots of men and women out there who really like cars and for many of these folks the exotic car is one of the vehicles that get them the most excited. Marques like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche get the hearts of enthusiasts around the globe fluttering.

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