- USB Data Storage Device - 3rd generation.
- Pen Blade - not on Flight version
- Nail File - not on Flight version
- Scissors - not on Flight version
- Length: 58mm
- Width: 19.2mm
- Weight: 32.6g
Announced many times, but after several delays this model was released in Switzerland in the 1st quarter of 2010, and in North America in the second quarter. Marketing included a contest for 100K dollars if a hacker could break the security. The contest however was very controlled, and not really representative of something you might see at ))DefCon((. While AES-256 is known to be secure (providing the full standard is implemented), the security of the biometric device and other system factors is completely unknown. Several biometric authentication devices have been spoofed, and DMCA and national security issues mean there's a good chance you're not the only one that could get access to your data. Chances are that your neighbor, another office worker, or the cab driver that might get his hands on your device will not find it too easy to access the storage. No mention of a ))Call-Home(( feature, but that would be nice.
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- 4.6026.TF - Ruby Secure
- 4.6076.TF - Ruby Secure Flight version
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- SwissFlash - 2nd Generation Flash Technology USB Storage Device, no biometric authentication.
- SwissMemory - 1st Generation Flash Technology USB Storage Device, no biometric authentication.
- Slim Flash - 4th Generation USB Storage Device, no biometric authentication, no other tools.
- Signature-Lite - removes USB ))Flash-Drive((.