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By | March 16, 2006

Everything USB is reporting on new USB flash drive from Kingston that will “self-destruct” if failed attempts to login exceed 25.  It even comes with an on-the-fly 128 bit AES encryption technology.  Thats what I call a fun toy. Although I don’t think that most of us would have a need for something quite that secure.  If the technology grows though, it could be something very interesting for keeping all personal files in a save secure place.  Think a credit card with a password and a physical security element.  Not only does some physical data element have to be present(a encryption key?) but a password is needed to access that key.

Stand back, USB enabled Wal-mart Self Checkers are coming…

[tags]Kingston, USB, Encryption, 128 AES[/tags]