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Samsung Now Offers SSD Card That Locks With A Fingerprint

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Samsung Now Offers SSD Card That Locks with a Fingerprint

 

SSD (solid state drives) are excellent secondary storage options that are, like any other storage device, at ri ... Read More

How to Protect Your Data and Laptop if Stolen in Public Using a USB Cable

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It seems like our entire lives, especially our work lives, are stored online—on the cloud, on our social media, on our storage drives in our laptops and phones. That’s why laptop theft—an issue ... Read More

Flashback: Never Pick Up A Dirty Flash Drive! You Never Know Where It's Been!

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USB flash drives (also called: thumb drives, pen drives, jump drives, and so on) are a cost effective method for storing data that you need to transport, keep unnec ... Read More

Safari Will Now Support USB Security Keys for iOS13.3

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If you’re set up with Apple products for your computing needs and you’ve hemmed and hawed over not being able to use a security key, then fret no more: Safari will soon support USB security keys for ... Read More

USB4: Now with 8 Different USB C Cables to Choose From!

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The confusing part about Universal Serial Bus technology (you know, those helpful plugs and connectors that are supposed to make grabbing whatever brand of charger and using it for your phone, regardless of ... Read More

Yubico and Google Team Up to Build USB-C Titan Security Key

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If you’ve been despairing that there doesn’t seem to be a security key available in the USB-C connector format, then there’s good news for you. Google will be making their latest Titan Security ... Read More

USB-IF Announces USB4 Specifications

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Just a few days ago, the USB-Implementers Forum (USB-IF), announced the specifications for the latest iteration of the USB protocol, USB 4. Its announcement earlier this yearRead More

Bug in Supermicro Hardware Could Let Virtual USBs Take Over Corporate Servers

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We all know how risky it is to plug a strange or unknown USB drive or device into your computer. There could be malicious software just waiting to snatch at your computer controls and sensitive da ... Read More

USB Security and Two Factor Authentication

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Security is a hot topic in today’s world which relies almost exclusively on tech to conduct its business and personal tasks. Naturally, this opens the possibility of your information getting stolen an ... Read More

New iPhone 11 May Still Keep Lightning Port Instead of USB-C

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This might just be a year where you should skip upgrading your iPhone. The online rumor mill regarding just what’s in store for us with this year’s iPhone model from Apple has been churning ... Read More