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November 24, 2013  12:19 PM

Stop Poking USBs Into the ISS International Space Station!



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
flash drives, memory stick, thumb drives, usb

Sigh. We tell you and tell you and...

June 13, 2013  2:18 PM

Snowden NSA Case Points Up Security Flaws in Thumb Drives



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
federal government, flash drives, memory stick, thumb drives, usb

Whether you believe Edward Snowden is a traitor or a hero, one thing is clear: the federal government is still apparently clueless when it comes to thumb drive security. Word is that Snowden -- as well as Bradley...

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January 10, 2013  7:44 PM

Storage Big — Really Big — at CES



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
data storage, flash drives, seagate, terabyte hard disk, thumb drives, usb

You know what they say about guys with big thumbs.* The Consumer Electronics Show was this week in Las Vegas, and while I didn't go (do you know how much walking around that involves?) it wasn't hard to figure out that, with all the music and movies and pictures and so on that consumers are,...


December 12, 2012  9:13 PM

USB ‘Dead Drops’ Offer Possibilities, Risks



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
file sharing, flash drives, memory stick, thumb drives, usb

Somewhere along a long, nondescript brick wall, there's a little spot that's different from the rest. Poking out from the rough surface of the wall is the half-inch extension of a USB flash drive. You connect it to your computer, upload or download files, and you're on your way, with no one the...


August 13, 2011  7:47 PM

Rule of ‘Thumb’: You’re Going to Lose Them



Posted by: Sharon Fisher
memory stick, ponemon institute, privacy, thumb, usb

To anybody who's run a USB memory stick through the laundry or left one sitting in a remote machine, there's no surprise in the results from the recent Ponemon Institute study, The State of USB Drive...

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