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Security on usb

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Can you recommend any brands of USBs with built in security for password protection?

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Yes you can go for Sandisk Cruzer Micro or Cruzer Profile.

Cruzer Profile is very cool and it require you to swap your Finger on a built in Finger Print reader in order to access your data but that great feature comes with a little more cost but you would not need to enter your password and even need not worry about forgetting it.

Another one, Cruzer Micro comes with U3 preinstalled on it which is a set of portable programs you can run off the drive without any installation. This U3 includes a software called as Cruzer Lock that protect and encrypt your data.But remember if you forget your password you loose your data, Because even if you want tio continue using your drive you would need to reset the drive in which case data will be unrecoverable as it is encrypted with AES encryption.
I hope you got your answer,
Please revert if you need any more info.

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