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512MB USB secure flash drive £1.99 including P&P
512MB USB secure flash drive £1.99 including P&P

512MB USB secure flash drive £1.99 including P&P

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512MB USB drive with inbuilt encryption technology.
The sort of thing that government agencies should be using rather than sending unencrypted CDs through unsecure couriers ...

From the web site:
"Lexar JumpDrive Secure II is a USB 2.0 USB Key with advanced password and encryption software giving you peace of mind that your data is safe. Half the size of the original, JumpDrive Secure II sports a sleek industrial design that does not obstruct neighboring USB ports, and also has a fresh metallic silver look.

JumpDrive Secure II comes preloaded with advanced security software that lets you protect your data securely, quickly and easily. Creating a secure area using both password protection and 256-bit AES encryption is a snap. Simply drag files to the secure area and JumpDrive Secure II encrypts your files for you. Drag them out and it will decrypt them for you. Secure II software is cross-platform so you can secure data and access it on PCs and Macs."

11 Comments

1/2 gig is quite steep these days. many threads recently show this. ok for text only i suppose

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ludichris;2778993

1/2 gig is quite steep these days. many threads recently show this. ok … 1/2 gig is quite steep these days. many threads recently show this. ok for text only i suppose



True, but most drives don't include password protection and encryption. 1/2GB will hold a hell of a lot of MS Office documents. That's 2/3 of a CD's capacity. Not bad as a secure document backup device.

encryptions free though, for example truecrypt

sry cold i think we all bought 3 2gb ones for 9 quid delivered from boffer last night

pikachu12;2779024

encryptions free though, for example truecrypt



Must admit never noticed the encryption. nice extra. multitasking at work aint the easiest.

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good if you just need 512mb

Original Poster

pikachu12;2779024

encryptions free though, for example truecrypt



True but that involves downloading and installing and configuring extra software. The Lexar stick makes it easier if you don't know about such things.

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DIVA1977;2779056

sry cold i think we all bought 3 2gb ones for 9 quid delivered from … sry cold i think we all bought 3 2gb ones for 9 quid delivered from boffer last night



Missed that one. Nice if you happen to be online at midnight.

Spod;2779118

True but that involves downloading and installing and configuring extra … True but that involves downloading and installing and configuring extra software. The Lexar stick makes it easier if you don't know about such things.



but what if you don't want the encryption software?

Spod;2779118

True but that involves downloading and installing and configuring extra … True but that involves downloading and installing and configuring extra software. The Lexar stick makes it easier if you don't know about such things.



If your computer knowledge doesn't extend to a relatively simple task like installing a piece of software then is it really a good idea to have secure information on your computer in the first place?

Spod;2779131

Missed that one. Nice if you happen to be online at midnight.


yea im lucky at moment hubby off work so one of us been staying up each night for freebies. Wont stay up tonight as havent ipod to need a docking station or w/e it is lol
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