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EZSAVE Lockdock Provides Easy Encryption for Storage Devices: Mass Encrypt

by Lambert Varias
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Many modern external hard drives nowadays already include 256-bit AES encryption, but what if you still have spare hard drives and only want the encryption? You can try encrypting them with the EZSAVE Lockdock. It’s a USB 3.0 dock that lets you encrypt and set passwords for up to 50 different hard drives.

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The EZSAVE supports both 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives, even solid state drives. You can set and enter the password via its touch control panel or, for added flair, via voice. As with other 256-bit AES encrypted drives, your HDDs and SSDs won’t be read even if they’re unmounted from the EZSAVE and connected to other devices. If you forget your password, you can still access the data as long as you remember the master key that the EZSAVE generated when you connected the drive for the first time.

Make sure no one’s around you when you order the EZSAVE from Brando for $109 (USD). Then erase your browser’s history. Delete your browser. Reformat your computer. Throw it away. Hide your kids. Hide your drives. This post will not self-destruct.

[via Ubergizmo]

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