- Brand Name: IronKey
- Model Number: D2-S200-S01-2FIPS
- Memory Storage Capacity: 1024 GB
Personal S200 1G
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- Personal S200 1G Secure Flash Drive protects data
- Ironkey Enterprise 1GB
- Onboard Firefox for safe Web access
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Obviously this device is not inexpensive, but if you want added security then this is the best. The key is very easy to use; because the key will self-destruct after only 10 failed attempts a password of moderate strength is all that is required. The on-board Identity Manager is a very good App, but did not transfer all of my passwords from Roboform, which I highly recommend. I installed Roboform2Go. Roboform2Go is resident on the key, it produces random passwords and has its own encryption, giving 2 layers of encryption for passwords and safenotes, another great feature. Would have given the Ironkey 5 stars if the included Identity Manager worked better.
The on-board version of Firefox is not only more secure, but with a password manager everything needed to more safely do business on the web is always available. All of this still leaves plenty of room to store sensitive financial and personal identity documents and information. And all of this is unavailable as soon as the key is locked and removed from the computer.
Finally a portable and secure password keeper, document vault, and browser.
BTW, also recommend adding the BetterPrivacy add-on to help keep the key clean. BetterPrivacy removes LSO's (Local Shared Objects); LSO's are very similar to cookies, but are not removed by Firefox.
"LSOs can be used by web sites to collect information on how people navigate those web sites even if people believe they've restricted the data collection. More than half of the internet's top websites use LSOs to track users and store information about them.Read more ›
Within minutes of getting the device I connected it to my brand new Windows 8 laptop, followed the set-up instructions, and ran the included secure Firefox browser. Very quickly the device dashboard management service notified me I should update the software for a smoother Windows 8 experience, and update the Firefox browser. On doing so, the troubles began. To complete the update, you have to disconnect the device & reconnect it. Once the device notification system registered the update as complete, I tried to launch Firefox. The page remained blank with the circling signifier that it was trying to load. No matter what I did--close & reopen Firefox, try to open another tab..., the browser wouldn't open. The update, for whatever reasons, deactivated Firefox's functionality.
After more than 2 hours unsuccessfully searching the web for a solution (I did find that many others have the same problem), I locked the device & disconnected it. My normal Firefox browser continues to work as usual (I'm using it now to write this review to Amazon). Thankfully, Amazon CS has agreed to give me a refund on the item. Back to the drawing board for a relatively convenient, secure, reasonably trustworthy, portable VPN solution.
I wanted very much to enjoy using this device.Read more ›
This is one of the coolest gadgets I've stumbled upon in a long while. It was easy to install and set-up and works great. It has a lot of neat features. The identity Manager (passwords), anonymous browsing, file encryption, Firefox secure browsing, and so on are all fantastic features and the price is very reasonable for this older model.
[see updates below] Imation seems to have nearly abandoned this product line at some point. This is an older model and the last update was in Jan. 2013. The "forums" on the vendor site are nearly deserted by users and completely deserted by Imation. Support is no longer what it used to be, with many complaining it takes forever or never to respond, meaning you might be left on your own. Also, many of the great features depend on the vendor's web servers and site. There seem to be occasional issues with them, though everything seems to be working fine currently. Should the vendor ever abandon them, you will be up the creek, as your critical backups are stored there (although you can backup your encrypted files to your PC, passwords and other things are stored "in the cloud" on Imation's web servers). That said, there is a newer model of this (250) and they did just release updated software for it. So they have not completely abandoned this product line yet. If I can find out more, I will post the info here, but if you are considering this item, you may wish to research further before purchasing.
Finally, the many who have reported sudden failures of the device is a bit worrisome. So make sure to backup frequently.
That said, it's very cool, and mine works great so far.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product, great price, fast shipping, pro packaging. A+++++Published 18 months ago by James de Geus
I like what it's supposed to do, but find it a bit cumbersome going through the steps necessary.Published 21 months ago by Karen Black
This product works well. It does exactly what the manufacturer states it will. The setup was easy, and the only problem I've had was with the automatic login feature, because I set... Read morePublished on August 11, 2014 by Legerdemain
These work well in our application and I recommend it.
I will purchase again.
Thank you for a good product that meets expectations.
I already had an Ironkey years ago. This one is purchased as a back up to the existing one. Files kept in the drive are not retrievable without an Ironkey and the password of the... Read morePublished on May 5, 2014 by Amazon Buyer
This is a very difficult key to use and relies on a software-entered password. I sent this back and went with the Aegis key with the physical keys to prevent key logging.Published on February 1, 2014 by JJ R.
While OSX does recognize the drive, you are unable to use the added Ironkey features such as private browsing and password manager, which I what led me to purchase the Ironkey in... Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Rob O.
You can store all your internet passwords on this drive so you only have to remember 1 password ( The one for the drive itself). Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by bashbish