We all have sensitive files that never need to see the light of day. Maybe it’s blackmail information on your boss, or a top-secret chicken recipe or photographic evidence of the location of all your special friend’s moles, but you don’t want those things floating around on the open Internet. You throw it all on an encrypted jump drive because then you have hardware and software control of the device. Shortly thereafter (trust us, we’ve been there), you forget the password. This happens a few times and inevitably you use something like “Password1” just so you don’t forget. That’s one of the first things a hacker will guess. This 8GB Voice Authenticating USB Drive prevents that from happening by unlocking your secret files with your voice. This obviously makes it difficult to use if you’re sick and/or in a room with anyone else, but there’s standard typing for those occasions.
Brian Eno Turntable II
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Bose Ultra Open Earbuds
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