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Usb flash drives are now an everyday part of our lives, but how many of us have sensitive data in them? What if the usb stick is lost or stolen? Althought there are pretty secure software encryption programs, they are not as safe as hardware encryption methods. For this reason manufacturers like Kingston have created usb flash drives with AES hardware encryption, that self-format if someone exceeds a number of false password attempts. This prevents brute force attacks, and means that there is no possibility for an average person to see whats inside the flash drive. Of course this demands a strong password.
Let's have a look at DT Locker's + 4Gb features and specifications!
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