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IronKey 1GB Secure Hardware-Encrypted Flash Drive

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  • Your IronKey gives you military-grade security in the palm of your hand, allowing you to protect your data, passwords and web surfing with hardware-based encryption.
  • 9 megabytes per second read speed. 15 megabytes per second write speed. USB 2.0 High Speed or 1.1. Windows XP or Vista.
  • No software or drivers to install. Does not require Windows administrator privileges.
  • Waterproof to military specifications. Tamper-resistant rugged metal case.

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: IronKey
  • Model: D20102A
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 1.0 GB

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 0.8 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000RXYV5K
  • Item model number: D20102A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2007

Product Description

Amazon.com

The IronKey 1 GB secure hardware-encrypted flash drive protects your data, online passwords, and Internet privacy with hardware-based encryption. Now you can safely carry your digital files with you wherever you go and surf the Web privately through almost any network--even across unsecured wireless hotspots. Furthermore, the IronKey is optimized for speed and designed to be waterproof and tamperproof. The IronKey Cryptochip uses hardware-based encryption, which is faster, more secure, and easier to use (no software or drivers to install) than software-based encryption.

Although it employs advanced military-grade security, it is a cinch to use and requires only a password to unlock it. Manage all of your online accounts and passwords in one place with direct access and protection against keystroke-logging spyware and other online threats. If Cryptochip detects any physical tampering by a thief or a hacker, it will self-destruct. And if your IronKey is ever lost or stolen, you can easily restore your lost data and passwords to a new IronKey.

Product Description

Ironkey Personal 1GB The ultimate protection forpersonal data and online privacy. IronKey Personal adds advanced privacy protection to the world'smost secure USB flash drive. It combines FIPS 140-2 Level 2 (#938) validated ultra-secure hardware encryption with revolutionary personal security software to protect the users data and passwords on the device, and online identity on any computer. IronKey Personal is the most secure USB flash drivefor enterprise and personal use.

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This is a great, reliable, and reasonably priced solution.
D. Rogers
Good news is, you can store the cheat sheet on the encrypted "secure file" drive space and the feature does work on a majority of less complex sites.
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The perfect use for this drive is if one is a student and tends to use lab computers.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Rogers on September 4, 2007
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I have been searching for a solution to my need for security of very large number of confidential files, that I really need to carry with me much of the time. Iomega Jazz and then Zip worked very well, but they keep changing hardward and don't update the software, and I am tired of buying all new portable drives for all my computers.

But this product is great, and it has the convenience of a flash drive, th security of a really good, open source encryption program, and good, simple, basic software for dealing with it all. Plus a very good web site for storing and changing passwords and security information.

This is a great, reliable, and reasonably priced solution. I am 100% happy!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Greg Mincheff on February 27, 2008
The Ironkey works exactly as described by the companies video. This small creation has simplified my life if for nothing else by securing and organizing all the passwords one gathers over time. It's simple, secure and reliable.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ManFromIdaho on April 21, 2008
First time I've done a review here but wanted to put a good word in for this product. I bought this to secure my passwords and other important files that I need to carry around. It has worked without a hitch and lives up to all of the promises on the Ironkey web site. (Well, I haven't tested the self destruct feature fortunately.) The secure sessions service is very cool and the fact that you don't need admin rights on the client computer is a big plus. I considered just using something like TrueCrypt for securing my files but it doesn't provide the security of hardware encryption. Highly recommended!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By HARM on February 21, 2009
Fantastic little device. Military-grade encryption, impact & water-resistant, locks your sensitive data as securely as possible, and if it's lost or stolen... no worries! It will self-destruct on tampering. The software that comes with it also has some nice features, such as secure online backup of your drive contents (to restore in the event it's lost or stolen) and website password caching. Walks you through the process, very intuitive and easy to use.

**Warning: don't just casually plug this in to any computer when you first receive it. Make sure you have enought time to perform the entire setup (10-15 mins) and that your PC is virus-free --preferably your primary home PC. The first time you plug it in, the security setup interface auto-launches, and you have no choice but to complete it right then and there.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Shannon on February 24, 2009
I just bought this about 3 weeks ago.

Love:
1. password management -- stores logins (user ids and passwords) for all the sites you visit
2. Security -- The thing will self destruct if someone tries to log in incorrectly more than ten times
3. Secure web surfing -- Can surf anonymously. People can't track where you visit online. Also will bypass filters. Showed that feature to our IT guy... he was impressed and appalled at the same time...

Dislike:
1. Limited to Firefox 2.0 as your browser. If you upgrade to to Firefox 3.0 you lose password management
2. Secure web surfing is REALLY slow.

I'm still playing with it, but so far, really like it
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Desert CatMom on March 2, 2011
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Now I bought this about 2 years ago and am just reviewing it now. I use this for all data that I deem has a need for the best security. It updates easily and works on both my Windows-7 and Linux Operating Systems, which happen to be on the same dual-boot laptop. I really like the fact that it has good physical security, so that if the container is compromised in any way, the data is destroyed. This negates attempts to remove the chip to get at the data using another device.

I highly recommend this as well as use of a free program called "True Crypt". (Crank up your favorite search engine and look for "True Crypt") Using this on an Ironkey gives you the best security available IMHO. >^..^<
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Count 43 on March 12, 2010
I have a 1 Gig and a 4 Gig. I use them everyday whenever I go on the internet and use the security features and the Firefox browser. I would rate it with five stars. The only problems I have had was whenever you are asked to update the version, I was not very happy with the Ver 3. It changed the way I used things and I could not us the password manager to sign onto the passworded sites. I later learned they did not recommend that upgrade at that time, but it prompted me and allowed me to update to that version (did this on my 1 Gig). Today when I was trying to update my 4 Gig thumb drive as they recommended (since it was still in the Ver 1, and I wanted to refresh it with a lower version), it stopped working and I could not log into it again. I sent a message to customer support, but I am afraid it is fried. I got a great deal of use out of it and will miss it greatly. It is an expensive error on their part if it is a programming issue.

A security feature which is very good to have unless you use many passwords and forgot which one you used for the thumb drive is the one where the contents gets erased if there are 10 attempts in a row with the wrong password (I got up to number 9 and just survived that one on an occasion). With that in mind, you have to be very careful not to log in 10 times in a row with the wrong password. It would then become a paperweight. If someone got a hold of it, I would trust it would self destruct if they tried to hack into it.

I think I will always own one of these... they are worth it.
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