“Handprint Identification, Please” – Imation Biometric Flash DrivePosted 3:39 am on Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 by JR Cajigas
If Sucker Punch didn’t catch the movie lovers’ hearts, the eye candy surely did. With this in mind, I set my Google search to “Vanessa Hudgens” (oh don’t be clowning me, you know she looked gorgeous as Sucker Punch’s Blondie). At the top of my search, I quickly noticed her leaked, revealing pictures. Well, ain’t that a female dog.
If Vanessa Hudgens had one of these biometric security devices, maybe we wouldn’t be seeing as many leaked anythings. Biometric data security is the 21st Century version of the hand cuffed suitcase. There is no wonder that we are starting to see it utilized on business class laptops.
Upon initial setup, you can program both a password and fingerprint security in any combination. For piece of mind you can pretty much take all your secrets to the grave, as the Imation F200 offers a Data Destruction option that essentially makes the data irrecoverable and device unusable unless a full wipe is performed. When inserting the USB stick into any computer, the user is prompted to verify identity with fingerprint and password via self-executable software.
Utilizing 256-bit AES encryption, a device this secure warrants nuclear launch codes, CIA covert personnel lists, sleeper agent locations, but most importantly, sex scandals. Pick one up right away if any of the above applies to you.
Imation Defender F200 Biometric Flash Drive
Available Capacities: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
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