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External Encryption

December 20, 2011

For those who don’t trust cloud storage but still want an easy way to access their data remotely, this paired set of USB dongles provides password-free 256-bit hardware encryption over the Internet. One dongle is left plugged into the user’s home or office computer. Plugging the other dongle into a remote computer lets the user access files as if the home or office computer were an attached external drive.

Product: iTwin
Cost: $100
Availability: Now
Source: www.itwin.com
Companies: iTwin

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