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Kingston Technology was awesome enough to provide us with yet another USB Flash Drive to giveaway to one lucky reader. This one is the Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 and is designed for people who need to keep the data stored on their USB Flash drive secure.

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Now, this drive isn’t built for speed due to it’s security on the fly, and claims to have 10MB/s read and 5MB/s write speeds. But what it lacks for in speed, it makes up for in security features.

  • The Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 features the following:
    Hardware Encryption
  • Password set at first use
  • Formatting / deleting all data if bad password entered 10 times
  • No software required to setup
  • Works with PC or Mac interchangeably (same drive)

Remember, your password is the key to keeping data secure, make one secure enough not to be known by someone, but not so secure you forget it and wipe your own data :)

Enter now if you want to win this 4GB Secure USB Flash Drive from Kingston Technology.

Winner

The winner of the 4GB USB DataTraveler Locker G2 flash drive was Starletta from Indiana. Congratulations.

 

What types of data would you secure?  I personally see this more for backing up your financial records, documents that contain sensitive information (lists of account numbers…etc).


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Justin Germino
Working in the IT Industry for over 13 years and specializing in web based technologies. Dragon Blogger has unique insights and opinions to how the internet and web technology works. An Avid movie fan, video game fan and fan of trying anything and everything new.
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  • jeegeepee

    Personal and work-related data files.

  • spikeyLoki

    What would you secure on the Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 Drive?
    Mostly my secret and very important files. It contains important copies of my records, resumes, etc.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com/ Dragon Blogger

      @spikeyLoki Resumes?  Are those considered sensitive documents?  I guess because they reflect employment history but nowadays someone can just view your LinkedIn Profile if you have one and get access to all of that :)

  • clairejundis

    What would you secure on the Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 Drive?
    My school document files, records, certificates. They’re the most important thing I had in my life right now.

  • AlexanderGenvarev

    My documents

  • sdhuab

    all i can think as of now is protecting a note containing my passwords to diffrent accounts. haha! especially to gaming accounts. making those passwords that are really hard to remember so i’ll just copy it from a note and paste it when i’m about to play … avoiding those ‘hackers’ reading my hand while typing my password. haha! i guess it’s safer than just relying to my e-mail.

  • RonaldSmith

    I would secure very important information items, such as financial information, tax information, important pictures I may need for evidence in court cases, etc.  One never really knows what they’ll need to keep secure until the situation arises really.

  • AntonioIacobone

    I would secure all my personal most important information such as bank informations, passwords of every website and credit card numbers!

  • run19

    my buddy’s aunt makes $61/hr on the computer. She has been without work for 5 months but last month her check was $15064 just working on the computer for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more http://run19.com

  • Gerald Shimizu

    With a locker I can sure use that.

  • Gerald Shimizu

    All the passwords that I can’t always remember.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rusu-Alexandru/1015662638 Rusu Alexandru

    I want to secure my photos and documents!

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      Thanks for entering the contest.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      Testing a reply from Disqus 2012 dashboard just to see if it shows up on post, thanks for entering the contest.

  • http://twitter.com/lennyg10 Lenny Glickman

    Photos

  • ROLAND SAVELLANO

    i need that to secure all of my important information, banks, docs, passwords etc..

  • http://www.facebook.com/naser224u Naser Mohd Baig

    This would be good for business people to transfer sensitive information. BTW, what about international residents @Justin?

  • http://www.shop-orthopedics.com/ jack

    I would pick security features against speed any day,
    considering its just 4 maybe 8 GB. A couple of minutes in exchange for security
    is definitely a better deal. I was always uncomfortable with storing
    confidential data into a flash drive, as it’s easy to get misplaced or misused.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      I agree with you, I mostly use flash drives only for photos, video, music nothing sensitive.
      Also moving games, operating systems (ubuntu…etc)

  • http://tomjamieson.wordpress.com Tom Jamieson

    Passwords for sure.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004618382627 Mark Williams

    Account info/passwords

  • http://www.facebook.com/rhonda.phillipstenderholt Rhonda S. Phillips-Tenderholt

    I’d like to win this for my husband so not sure what he’d protect.

  • ROLAND SAVELLANO

    i need that to secure all of my important information, banks, docs, passwords etc.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000596456827 Ryan Cristian Cale

    to secure my password and other important information …

  • http://twitter.com/cowboyswife1 Christina Sparks

    Family photos

  • Ted kooper

    my passwords files

  • http://www.facebook.com/anujaiho Anumesh Jaiho

    ONLY FOR US RESIDENTS ?

  • http://exabytes.com.my/ BlackWoods

    Ah, I was too late for this giveaway.
    However, I was always skeptical about the security feature claimed by thumb drive manufacturer.

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      While the encryption itself isn’t specified, I am hoping they use AES256 however the password protection feature is obviously only as good as the password itself. 10 failed attempts auto formats the data on the device. This is their personal USB stick line, not their business security USB stick line so it lacks the certified security standards like the DataTraveler 6000 which has full FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Military Grade Encryption

  • ROLAND SAVELLANO

    who won?

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

      Winner has been emailed, waiting for them to confirm they have until tomorrow. I will announce publicly once they confirm, because if they don’t confirm I have to choose a new winner.

      • ROLAND SAVELLANO

        ok thank you sir justin..

  • http://www.dragonblogger.com Justin Germino

    The winner of the 4GB USB DataTraveler Locker G2 flash drive was Starletta from Indiana. Congratulations.

    • RonaldSmith

      Grats Starletta, a fellow Hoosier :D

    • ROLAND SAVELLANO

      congrats!