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The Best Encrypted Flash Drives

Secure flash drives are convenient and more reliable than ever, but their performance doesn't keep up with the times. Still, they'll keep your data safely in your pocket.

Kanguru Defender 2000 Review: A Managed, Secure Flash Drive

AES 256-bit hardware encryption, manageability, antimalware software, and a nice tactile experience highlight the Defender 2000.

Imation Defender F200 Biometric Flash Drive Review: Secure but Slow

Slick biometric finger swiping and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification make this flash drive especially secure.

Apricorn Aegis Secure Key Review: Nifty Integrated Keypad Safeguards Your Data

This slender keypad drive is secure and can be used handily with any operating system or device, but performance is subpar.

Kingston DataTraveler 4000 Managed Review: A Fast, Affordable Secure Flash Drive

With its managed software, this is one of the more affordable FIPS 140-2 certified secure flash drives on the market.

Cyber Spies Exploit Java and Flash Flaws

Such activity is often paid for, or sanctioned by, government agencies.

Apple Ships Leopard Update to Disable Outdated Versions of Flash

The security update does not patch any known vulnerabilities in the operating system.

Phony Flash Player Plants Malware on Android Phones

The infected web page used to distribute the malware was discovered in a number of Russian domains.

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Apple Patches Safari, Blocks Outdated Flash Player

Apple on Wednesday patched four security vulnerabilities in Safari and blocked outdated versions of Adobe's Flash Player from running in its browser.

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Adobe Preps Silent Flash Updates for Macs

Adobe last week released a new beta of Flash Player that includes silent updates for Macs.