Lockheed Martin, a firm that’s primarily known for their physical security products such as jet fighters, helicopters and naval ships, is now getting into computer security as well. Their first product was announced today: a secure USB stick powered by IronKey technology.
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Following the recent news about attacks against “secure” flash drives from Kingston, Verbatim and SanDisk other manufacturers have been rather quiet. This might mean they are checking their own products for similar vulnerabilities, or even working on patches for those before making any announcements. IronKey however is sure their products are safe, and want the entire world to know about that. Continue reading IronKey responds to secure flash drive vulnerabilities
According to Baseline Security, QNAP has been shipping their new series of storage applianced supporting full-disk encryption with a hidden backdoor (or decryption feature, depending on your point of view). The devices use the Linux Unified Key Setup software for the encryption; the entire disk is encrypted, and on reboot a decryption key has to be entered before data can be accessed. Continue reading QNAP blunders with hard disk encryption