Freecom’s latest release, the poorly named Hard Drive Secure comes with AES-encrypted RFID keycards that require some swiping to be done before one is able to access the treasure trove of data within. Once you’re done doing all you need to do with the hard drive, swipe the card one more time in order to lock the device away from prying and curious eyes. Chances are Freecom’s latest device won’t be left cruelly exposed to the Mifare hack that exposed vulnerabilities in previous RFID systems. There is no word on a release date, although we know that this aluminum-enclosed hard drive will come in 500GB and 2TB flavors, retailing for $119 and $409, respectively.
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