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Integral 8GB Crypto Drive - FIPS 197 Encrypted USB
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- 8GB 256-bit encrypted USB Flash Drive
- FIPS 197 - military-level encryption
- Rugged waterproof design
- Integral Crypto USB2.0 Series
- Suitable for Windows and Mac
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The Integral Crypto Drive is one of the most secure USB Flash Drives available today. Sensitive data stored on the Crypto Drive cannot be compromised in the event of the loss or theft of the Flash Drive. With its rugged design, military level security and intelligent software, the Crypto Drive is the ideal choice for secure data storage. * Military Level Security - AES 256 bit hardware encryption. Mandatory encryption of all files (100% privacy) * FIPS 197 Approved - Certificate No. 1137 * CESG Claims Tested Mark (CCTM) - Certificate No. 2011 05 0097 * Secure Entry - Data cannot be accessed or removed without the correct high strength 6-16 character password * Brute-force Password Attack Protection - Data will be automatically erased after 6 failed access attempts and Drive reset * Personal ID Function (optional) - Contact details can be added so that Drive can be returned, whilst confidential data remains secure * Zero Footprint - No software installation required * Rugged Waterproof* Design - Steel inner casing and rubberised outer casing, designed to protect the data if dropped, crushed, submerged in water, or subjected to break-in * Multi-lingual interface * Simple easy to use user interface
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The device actually looks like two devices to your computer - a CD drive and a thumb drive. When you plug it in, you don't have access to the thumb drive, of course, but you do have access to the "CD". You select the .exe program (if autoplay doesn't work) and the program leads you through the set up, including establishing your password. Once you do that, the access program starts and you enter your password. After that, when I plug the thumb drive in, I get a window that asks me what to do, same as for a CD drive. I select "Run totallock.exe" which brings up a window to enter my password (actually, I have to click on a button before that but you'll figure it out).
Some people earlier said that the device is slow. I did not find that. I loaded about 50 MB of data to it and it appeared to load about as fast as a none crypto thumb drive.
Couple of things I like to see changed.
1. When the password window comes up, the cursor is not in the password field. So you have to click on the password field first. Seems that it would be easy to position the cursor there so when you typed it would go into the field. But no, I start typing and nothing happens.
2. After a certain time without access, the device shuts down and you have to re-enter the password. While I like that feature, the time interval is fixed and cannot be changed. I'd like to see an option to set the time out interval. While it might make sense to limit how long the time out can be, a maximum of something like a half hour would not be unreasonable.
But these are minor complaints. The device does what it's suppose to, it's easy to use, and it's fast enough for my usage.
Also that little charm there is a faub for the USB cover. Very cool so you won't looys that. After removing the cover for the USB simply slip it over that clear faub and you will not be looking for the cover when you remove your backup from the PC. Super cool.
Physically it is a nice sturdy feeling device, solid and rubberized.
Definitely suited for the "Rather have destroyed than compromised" data set, as it wipes all content after 5 mis-keyed entries, OR anyone can wipe it without needing to know the password.
So only use this for data that you'd rather have destroyed than fall into the wrong hands, and keep a back-up somewhere else.