Lexar's new jumpdrive has a built-in shredder
Subject: Storage | November 23, 2005 - 06:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Losing a Jumpdrive can be really annoying, especially if it happens to have info on it that you'd rather not share. While the JumpDrive Secure II can't help with your memory, it can ensure that any files deleted off of that jumpdrive stay deleted. EverythingUSB is the place to go to read more about it.
"In today's world of corporate espionage, identity theft and general paranoia, it's vital that any
portable documents are secured in case the flash drive they're stored on is lost or stolen.
There's a bunch of products out there that do this, but many are limited in their functionality
and even crippled by lack of cross-platform software. Today we're reviewing Lexar's JumpDrive
Secure II, a drive that looks to solve all these problems."
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