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The best USB flash drive ever.

AdvancedSetup

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#2
Well PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is one of the best known encryptions and works quite well for me.

The only thing good about this USB is the automated deletion of the secret keys if brute force attack is used. AES is quite secure now but at the rate of increase in computing power who knows how long it will continue to be secure. Hopefully for many more years though unless some break through happens.
 

JEBWrench

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#3
I prefer the thought that it will actually explode if brute-forced, or physically jarred hard enough.

That would be -AWESOME-. :D



Though, how does having a password for the thing that you have to type in protect against keylogging?
 
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CrazyComputerMan

#4
That looks good... :)

I have brought this USB = DVD.CO.UK - MEMORY - Patriot XT Boost 2GB USB Flash Drive 150X

Because look at the quote.
"The Patriot 32G Xporter XT Boost survived our torture test which involved a trip in the bath and getting run over by the car tire."
I alway drop and stamp it with my foot, some of USB is broken then i brought this and when i accident stamp, it work fine, It's covered with plenty of rubber and very strong. It's shockproof aswell... 2 GB... Not bad :)
 
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