The folks over at Lok-it have a solution that aims to help you keep your private files private on your flash drive. The Lok-it secure USB flash drive doesn’t allow the contents of the flash drive to be accessed until you’ve entered the correct password on the drive. Without the password, the drive will not even show up as active hardware, preventing any communication between the host computer and the drive unless authorized. The 256-bit AES encryption should be good enough to prevent folks from snooping around your files, and ten failed attempts at the password will wipe the data. Check out a video on this flash drive after the jump.
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