USB Drive with XTS-AES Encryption – Kingston IronKey Locker+ 50 Encrypted USB Drive

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Published on 4 Jul 2022, 13:00
Kingston IronKey Locker+ 50 USB Flash drives provide consumer-grade security with AES hardware-encryption in XTS mode, including safeguards against BadUSB with digitally-signed firmware and Brute Force password attacks. LP50 is also TAA compliant.

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LP50 now supports multi-password (Admin and User) option with Complex or Passphrase modes. Complex mode allows for passwords from 6-16 characters using 3 out of 4 character sets. New passphrase mode allows for a numeric PIN, sentence, list of words, or even lyrics from 10 to 64 characters long. Admin can enable a User password, or reset the User password to restore access to data. To aid in password entry, the “eye” symbol can be enabled to reveal the typed in password, reducing typos leading to failed login attempts. Brute Force attack protection locks out User upon 10 invalid password entries in a row and crypto-erases the drive if the Admin password is entered incorrectly 10 times in a row. Additionally, a built-in virtual keyboard shields passwords from keyloggers or screenloggers.

Locker+ 50 is designed for convenience with a small metal casing and built-in key loop to take data anywhere. LP50 also features optional USBtoCloud (by ClevX®) backup to access data on the drive from your personal cloud storage through Google Drive™, OneDrive (Microsoft®), Amazon Cloud Drive, Dropbox™ or Box. LP50 is easy for anyone to setup and use, with no application installation required; all the software and security needed is already on the drive. Works on both Windows® and macOS® so users can access files from multiple systems.

• XTS-AES Encryption with Brute Force and BadUSB Attack Protection
• Multi-Password (Admin and User) Option with Complex/Passphrase modes
• New Passphrase Mode
• Automatic Personal Cloud Backup
• Additional Security Features
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