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Whatever you do, you always have to carry some portable storage device with you, especially if you are using the PC both at home and at your office, in order to facilitate the working process. The first USB storage sticks were cool but didnâ€™t feature any real protection. Well, for yâ€™all paranoid PC users that would protect their priceless information with their life, brace yourselves people, salvation has come! Itâ€™s the pin-pad encrypted USB stick!
The Personal Pocket Safe invented by CHDT Corp. is said to be the first “encrypted, epoxy coated, pin-protected smart drive.” It comes with the expected security features, such as military-grade encryption, safekeeping of passwords and other sensitive info and a track-covering feature that makes sure no one can trace its presence once it’s removed from a system. Maybe youâ€™ve seen all these features in a bunch of previous sticks, but check out the rubber-key PIN-pad. It lets you key in your own 4-to-10 passcode. If somebody else tries to access your stick and inputs the wrong passcode, the USB drive goes into full lock down. I wonder what exactly happens after all this. Is there a special unlock code? Hell, it might even go into self destruct mode! Have some defusing kit around, God knows what atomic device they mightâ€™ve inserted in there.
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