The key to USB security

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USB devices are getting smaller. That also makes them easier to lose, yet most still have no decent encryption.

Moore's law, the idea that every 18 months computers double in capacity and halve in price, is one of the most often quoted "laws" of computing. It's also proved remarkably accurate, although there's a certain degree of self-selection here, as people seldom remember those ...

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