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ATG Releases Flash-drive with Biometric Protection


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Avalon Technology Group (ATG), specialists in biometric data protection, announced the ATG 8GB USB Biometric 256 AES Speedster. This USB flash-drive features two close to fool-proof levels of data security. First, it's the fingerprint sensor that allows access only to one person with the right print. Second, the data is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption algorithm, something which even government security agencies find hard to crack.

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I don't see this product on their website... the one Flash Drive that is there for $79.99 only has the Encryption, not biometric protection.

And, what's with the company's site? Seems pretty "generic" for a company making cutting edge products.