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Lexar Jumpdrive secure ii

Lexar is rolling out a new line of their JumpDrive USB flash drives — the JumpDrive Secure II adds some new security features and a new overall unit design. With the Encrypted Vault feature, you can drag and drop files into the Encrypted Vault folder on the drive to automatically secure files with on-the-fly 256-bit AES encryption. The File Shredder feature discards unwanted files without the "digital trail" normally left behind when files get deleted (aka the Ollie North feature). The JD Secure II software is available for both Windows and Mac platforms, the new drives are available in 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB capacities with a 2GB version to follow in October.

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