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SanDisk Ultra Luxe USB 3.1 Flash Drive 128GB,150MB/s Read+built-in SecureAccess password protection software- for £15.69 Delivered @ Picstop
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SanDisk Ultra Luxe USB 3.1 Flash Drive 128GB,150MB/s Read+built-in SecureAccess password protection software- for £15.69 Delivered @ Picstop

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3391046.jpgThe SanDisk Ultra Luxe USB 3.1 Flash Drive 128GB is all-metal, and provides fast transfer speeds of up to 150MB/s with built-in SanDisk SecureAccess password protection software

The SanDisk Ultra Luxe USB 3.1 Flash Drive 128GB not only provides the hard function of storing and moving data, but also meets your needs for device protection and elegance.

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The all-metal Ultra Luxe USB 3.1 Gen 1 drive provides fast transfer speeds of up to 150MB/s. Shorten the waiting time and transfer a full-length movie to the flash drive within 30 seconds.

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Its durable metal sleeve design gives you a beautiful look for all your important content storage devices. Ultra Luxe flash drive with built-in SanDisk SecureAccess password protection software, comes with Flashback cloud backup function, even if the drive is lost or forgotten, you can access the file online, plus a 5-year limited warranty.

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  • - Durable and reliable all-metal design
  • - USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A Interface gives a transfer speed of up to 150MB/s
  • - Supports SanDisk SecureAccess password protection software
  • - RescuePRO Deluxe File Rescue Software helps you recover accidentally lost or deleted files

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Just took a look and it says "No stock, delayed despatch" just so folks know.
Tempted but what is the security like? Better than nothing or to any sort of ISO standard etc.?

I've used Kingston Data Traveler's extensively in the past at work, Civil Service, and they seem to tick all the secure data boxes. This stick would be for personal (mobile) use but dedicated security would be nice
slipd19/01/2020 17:20

Tempted but what is the security like? Better than nothing or to any sort …Tempted but what is the security like? Better than nothing or to any sort of ISO standard etc.?I've used Kingston Data Traveler's extensively in the past at work, Civil Service, and they seem to tick all the secure data boxes. This stick would be for personal (mobile) use but dedicated security would be nice



What do you mean security and in what way do the Kingston's keep data secure?
omgpleasespamme19/01/2020 20:08

What do you mean security and in what way do the Kingston's keep data …What do you mean security and in what way do the Kingston's keep data secure?


I mean some sort of encrypted/passworded container, built into the device. Reading on the SanDisk website, it sounds like this stick meets my requirements
slipd19/01/2020 20:12

I mean some sort of encrypted/passworded container, built into the device. …I mean some sort of encrypted/passworded container, built into the device. Reading on the SanDisk website, it sounds like this stick meets my requirements


It sounds like any USB stick and a copy of Veracrypt would meet your requirements.
omgpleasespamme19/01/2020 20:24

It sounds like any USB stick and a copy of Veracrypt would meet your …It sounds like any USB stick and a copy of Veracrypt would meet your requirements.


Hmm, I'm only going off what I've used at work - I think they were protected in some way also then, as in you couldn't format and lose the embedded security part/s. I've bought storage solutions in the past and they've all had security tools on them from the factory but they go as soon as I format or partition

Is Veracrypt like Truecrypt was back in the day? Is it free?
slipd19/01/2020 20:29

Hmm, I'm only going off what I've used at work - I think they were …Hmm, I'm only going off what I've used at work - I think they were protected in some way also then, as in you couldn't format and lose the embedded security part/s. I've bought storage solutions in the past and they've all had security tools on them from the factory but they go as soon as I format or partition Is Veracrypt like Truecrypt was back in the day? Is it free?



Exactly. It's a straight fork. The anonymous creators of Truecrypt gave up, no-one is really sure why. The codebase was supposedly audited and the project continue by people who are not anonymous.
Daveisadopted19/01/2020 09:50

Just took a look and it says "No stock, delayed despatch" just so folks …Just took a look and it says "No stock, delayed despatch" just so folks know.


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