"This drive will self-destruct in ten seconds."

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Orenthal

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"This drive will self-destruct in ten seconds."
« on: September 20, 2007, 05:45:07 am »
This handy little flash drive is just perfect for those nuclear launch codes and illegal pron files you have hanging around...
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Not only is the "IronKey" secured in a rugged metal case sealed with "epoxy-based potting compound," according to PCLaunches, but the battle-ready drive has an additional feature worthy of opening scenes from the old Mission Impossible TV series--an encryption chip that self-destructs after 10 wrong passwords are tried.
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Re: "This drive will self-destruct in ten seconds."
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2007, 08:14:29 am »
This handy little flash drive is just perfect for those nuclear launch codes and illegal pron files you have hanging around...
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Not only is the "IronKey" secured in a rugged metal case sealed with "epoxy-based potting compound," according to PCLaunches, but the battle-ready drive has an additional feature worthy of opening scenes from the old Mission Impossible TV series--an encryption chip that self-destructs after 10 wrong passwords are tried.
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Paging Dami to the Tech room, you can add this on your list to Santy (you know, the items that won't send the old man running to toss the laxtose cookies you just fed him.)
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