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Hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption means you can affordably comply with a wide range of data security mandates that don't require FIPS Certification - that means you only pay for the encryption level you need. IronKey D80 drives are an ideal, cost-effective complement to the many FIPS Certified members of the IronKey Hardware Encrypted Flash Drives family.
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This plug-and-go device lets you get started right away, with no software downloads or installations required. You don't even need PC Administrator rights.
Not compatible with linux. Gave one egg back since I guess I should have gone to the manufacture's website and looked through the specs myself. No mention on Newegg's page that it will not work with
This review is from: IronKey D80 8GB Hardware Encrypted Flash Drive 256bit AES Encryption
Pros: It's IronKey - high quality encryption.
Cons: Won't work with linux like the older models do.
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