Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Guru3D News, Apr 8, 2011.
How much data can they hold?
I wouldn't consider this legitimate until the USSC rules on it.
I would just say ... good luck trying to go through the LUKS locked BackTrack USB key I have and when I pull my Macbook's HDD then
Hmm..so does anyone know a good encryption program ? xD
Truecrypt is good, I used it a couple of times. Avoid Sophos enterprise encryption.
National health service I work for is now got to encrypt all portable devices, Due to clumsy professionals leaking patients details and medical records. If US officals get access to patient details without NHS content the person that owns the laptop gets a whopping £50,000 fine.
+1 It is a Trap...
By chispy at 2009-05-25
Yup, TrueCrypt is pretty good, I use LUKS (part of Linux) to lock my USB key so in order to boot it, I must supply it a password during its boot sequence.
8gb to 32gb depending on the model.
i got one 16gb and four 8gb ones, they're too cool
eraser kingston flashdrive + usb KEY
the eraser turns into Mr. flashdrive man.. he's watching you bend for the soap lol
the Lacie Key is pretty fast, 30mb/s, i use one for Readyboost.