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Grab this AES-encrypted Flash drive for just $60

Storing data on a USB stick is a common practice around the world. These portable drives are easy to use, easy to slip into a pocket, and, unfortunately, also relatively easy to misplace. Learn more If you use a USB stick to store sensitive data, you might be wondering how you can protect that data lest the drive fall into the wrong hands. We're thinking a hefty form of encryption would do the job just fine.
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