With software-free operation, cross-platform compatibility, USB 3.0 speed, increased capacities of up to 480GB, plus a host of high-level security features that you’d never expect to find in a flashkey, Apricorn’s Aegis Secure Key 3.0 brings a world of advanced data security to your fingertips. This easy to use USB 3.0 flash drive incorporates PIN access with military grade 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
Many programs, including Word and Excel, allow you to save files with a password. For example in Word, while the document is open, go to > Tools > Options and switch to the Security tab. Now enter a Password to open, click OK, re-enter the password when asked, and finally save your document and don’t forget the password. Rather than typing a code, just insert Security Key into usb lock your computer’s USB port and tap it when prompted in Chrome. When you sign into your Google Account using Chrome and Security Key, you can be sure that the cryptographic signature cannot be phished,” said Nishit Shah, product manager for Google’s security division. Why Lubuntu? I’m not saying you’re wrong – I’m genuinely interested in the reason (fairly new Linux user, here).
So, what to do? Well, you essentially have to mediate. This might be an IOMMU integrated in SOC or inlined in PCI bus. There’s memory crypto schemes. There’s also my old strategy of offloading each usb protect I/ device onto a separate chip which has a safe interface to the main chip. That preserves COTS hardware compatibility, while allowing you to choose what chips to put trust in for mediation.