25 Jan '11, 10am

Free encryption and online backup with SanDisk flash drives

SANDISK will soon offer encryption and online backup features on its USB flash drives. With such features, available later this quarter, you can put the files you want to protect into a password-protected folder in the flash drive. The files will be automatically secured with 128-bit AES encryption powered by SanDisk SecureAccess software (Windows only). The software even includes up to 2GB of online backup storage offered by Dmailer. If you already own a SanDisk USB flash drive, you can add the software by visiting www.sandisk.com/secureaccess. At the same time, SanDisk will release two new USB flash drives - the SanDisk Ultra and SanDisk Cruzer Edge - as well as a high-speed Extreme Pro SDHC card and a humongous 128GB Extreme Pro CF card (available later this quarter). The SanDisk Ultra USB flash drive, also available later this quarter, will allow you to transfer files ...

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