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Corsair Flash Padlock 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Date: December 13, 2007
Company: Corsair
Author: Jason Reeves

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Corsair Flash Padlock 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive


Let’s see a show of hands of those who transport data, for whatever reason, fairly often. Most of us who do would carry data on some sort of a USB flash drive. Now, what if you were to lose that flash drive? The information that is saved on that drive, be it some school documents, or maybe something more personal like banking information or a customer database, would be accessible to just about anyone with a computer. Thankfully Corsair has come up with a solution, the Corsair Flash Padlock. Some of you might say, “My flash drive has software encryption” or “My flash drive is password protected”, both of which provide decent protection, but are susceptible to password hacking and “Brute Force” attacks. Corsair, on the other hand, has developed a hardware-secured lock to protect your data.

Corsair’s Flash Padlock gives users the confidence of having a hardware-secured lock to protect their data on an USB drive. Featuring auto-lock hardware security, Flash Padlock is the best way to secure your data while on the go and prevent any unauthorized access or “Brute Force” attack to the data on Flash Padlock. User can program in a PIN, much like they do for an ATM machine, to lock/unlock their data. An easy to use keypad in conjunction with lock/unlock indicator lights makes the Flash Padlock highly intuitive to use. The Flash Padlock is also fully plug-and-play, and requires no software or drivers to work properly.

The model we will be taking a look at is the 2GB Corsair Flash Padlock. The Corsair Flash Padlock is also available in a 1GB version.


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