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Thursday, August 16, 2007
 Corsair Introduces USB 2.0 Drives With Hardware-Authentication Lock
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Message Text: Flash Padlock line of USB 2.0 flash drives address the need for secure data storage through hardware technology, rather than software.

Flash Padlock features "Auto-Locking," so the user doesn?t need to remember to enable the protective feature -- It will automatically lock and protect itself in 15 seconds after removal from the computer.


With its simple touch-pad security PIN entry system, Flash Padlock can be unlocked quickly and confidentially for use as a standard USB flash data drive. It is impervious to "brute force" hacks or keystroke loggers that would defeat a software secured USB flash drive.

"The Corsair Flash Padlock is one of the most secure USB flash drive solutions on the market today," said Jack Peterson, VP of Marketing at Corsair. "Corsair has built the Flash Padlock specifically for those customers with concerns about inadequate software-based security solutions on a USB flash drive. The designed hardware security feature puts these concerns to rest," continued Peterson.

Flash Padlock is immediately available in two capacities, 1GB for $29.99 USD MSRP and 2GB for $39.99 USD MSRP.
 
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