From iStorage comes the USB data carrier datAshur PRO, which shines with special security functions. Not only is data stored encrypted by default on it, but to unlock it, a PIN must be entered on the stick. We have examined this unusual USB stick for its functionality and experienced a surprise at the benchmarks.
A USB stick lying around without a master is always an invitation for the curious. Third parties will be happy if they find the password collection, a list of personal PINs or an explicit diary on it. It becomes particularly critical when this USB stick also contains important company data. To prevent such confidential data from falling into the wrong hands, it should be encrypted. For many, however, this is too time-consuming, too complicated or simply too annoying.

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