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160GB Maxtor BlackArmor Hardware Encrypted Portable Hard Drive £49.99 @ Maplin

£49.99 @ Maplin
160GB encrypted Government-grade secure portable storage Protected by Seagate Secure hardware based encryption technology Securely carry your sensitive data Hardware-based full-disc encryption t… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
160GB encrypted Government-grade secure portable storage
Protected by Seagate Secure hardware based encryption technology
Securely carry your sensitive data
Hardware-based full-disc encryption technology
Invalid password prohibits access to your data
Removal of the USB cable from your computer auto locks the drive
No tedious manual security procedures found in software-based encryption technology
BlackArmor Pre-loaded backup software makes installation quick and easy
Automated backup scheduling
Sync to multiple computers on the same operating system
USB 2.0 interface powers your drive and ensures fast data transfer
Protective slip case
5-year limited warranty
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#1
not secure from the police though ;-)
#2
Looks nice, they do a 320Gb one as well for £20 more.
#3
Careful - these are government grade - very prone to being left on trains
#4
These can be cracked by the right people. Encryption's good enough for Joe Public's needs though.
#5
qpan
Careful - these are government grade - very prone to being left on trains


Damn, you got there before me, LOL :roll:
#6
COLD - just buy a standard USB drive and put Tru-Crypt on it for free - that'll do for most. :thumbsup:
#7
toonarmani
COLD - just buy a standard USB drive and put Tru-Crypt on it for free - that'll do for most. :thumbsup:


I thought you had to pay for Tru-Crypt?
#8
no it opensource
#9
terriclarkfan
These can be cracked by the right people. Encryption's good enough for Joe Public's needs though.


Be fair, I wouldn't exactly call them crackable! Still TrueCrypt is the cheaper option :thumbsup:

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