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8GB ENCRYPTED USB Flash Drive @ PC World only £12.99

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banned7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
-Integral 8GB Crypto USB Flash Drive £12.99 - Online and Instore (and [email protected])

-Integral 4GB Crypto USB Flash Drive £9.99 - Online only ( instore price £17.99 :-( ), use [email protected] to get it for £9.99, or have it delivered for an extra £1.95)

-Integral 2GB Crypto USB Flash Drive £4.99 - Online only (couldn't find instore)

All drives are fully encrypted (no public zone) with AES 256bit security.

No software installation required.

Case is rubberised with steel inner casing and waterproof up to 4ft.

Very competitively priced, especially against other branded devices with AES 256bit encryption, such as IronKey or SafeStick.
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#1
Well the encryption isn't much of a selling feature, you can easily encrypt one for nothing.
#2
RedOnRed;5533947
Well the encryption isn't much of a selling feature, you can easily encrypt one for nothing.


Agreed, True Crypt does the job well for me. http://www.truecrypt.org

I still think its a good price for what sounds like a durable drive.
#3
srb
Agreed, True Crypt does the job well for me. http://www.truecrypt.org

I still think its a good price for what sounds like a durable drive.


In case an adversary forces you to reveal your password, TrueCrypt provides and supports two kinds of plausible deniability

That would look good on the box :thumbsup:
banned#4
srb
Agreed, True Crypt does the job well for me. http://www.truecrypt.org

I still think its a good price for what sounds like a durable drive.



Don't get me wrong, I've used used TrueCrypt and like it a lot, but you need Admin rights in order to use it. The encryption on these (and similar devices) is hardware based therefore does not require the installation of software. This is especially useful when at work as I'm only allowed a 'limited account'.:thumbsup:
1 Like #5
Either way you can now get a Sandisk Titanium for this price (got one in my pocket) and they (can literally) take some beating.
#6
one word if u need true encryption

"IRONKEY"
#7
RedOnRed
Either way you can now get a Sandisk Titanium for this price (got one in my pocket) and they (can literally) take some beating.


eh?

I think the OP is referring to people being unable to access photos, videos etc. :whistling:
#8
l33t-krew;5535099
eh?

I think the OP is referring to people being unable to access photos, videos etc. :whistling:


What's that got to do with it? I'm saying that you can get a Sandisk Titanium for this price and encrypt it for nothing.
#9
RedOnRed
What's that got to do with it? I'm saying that you can get a Sandisk Titanium for this price and encrypt it for nothing.


You sound miserable :x

Seems a good price for an ENCRYPTED stick, without the hassle of installing ur own software.

P.S. Saw your Titanium at Play for £24.99 http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5725386/SanDisk-8GB-Cruzer-Titanium-USB-Flash-Drive-Ready-Boost-Enabled/Product.html:p
#10
Ellie Babe;5535670
You sound miserable :x

Seems a good price for an ENCRYPTED stick, without the hassle of installing ur own software.

P.S. Saw your Titanium at Play for £24.99 http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5725386/SanDisk-8GB-Cruzer-Titanium-USB-Flash-Drive-Ready-Boost-Enabled/Product.html:p


You're not looking hard enough...

Currys
PC World

...and I got mine for £15 ages ago at Base.
#11
I thought you don't need admin rights as Truecrypt can be run from the USB stick itself i.e. installing the software to run off the stick.
#12
Sammy86;5538618
I thought you don't need admin rights as Truecrypt can be run from the USB stick itself i.e. installing the software to run off the stick.


Hmmm, I think he might be saying that he needs admin rights at work due to some policy.
#13
RedOnRed
You're not looking hard enough...

Currys
PC World

...and I got mine for £15 ages ago at Base.


Fair enough, but for the same price I'd personally prefer yo have one that automatically encrypts rather than mess about with some software.

I think that's what the OP was getting at :thumbsup:
#14
Ellie Babe;5539443
Fair enough, but for the same price I'd personally prefer yo have one that automatically encrypts rather than mess about with some software.

I think that's what the OP was getting at :thumbsup:


You only have to manually encrypt it once. It's not hard and once it's done it's done. This one is just done for you. I'll even do one for you if you like. :-)

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