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USB Secure 2.0.3 – For Immediate Release:

Contact: Steve Frank

Title: Marketing Manager

Company: New

Email: [email protected]

Address: 9450 SW Gemini Dr, ECM# 37715, Beaverton, OR 97008, USA


New USB Secure update promises better protection from more sophisticated attacks.

Beaverton Oregon – June, 30th, 2015 Go back 50 years from now, and terms like information security, personal identity and online privacy would mean nothing. There would be far less thing to worry about, at least in terms of digital security. Things like the internet and smart phones would simply be stuff from science fiction movies and shows. However, today these technological marvels are a reality and there’s no going back to the past. Although technology has no doubt made things easier, it has also created new issues that are hard to get rid of, especially the nuisance of digital crime. Consequently, inventions like the flash drive have made their impact in the world of computers. These handy devices were directly responsible for the demise of the CD/DVD drive.


One no longer needed to invest money into purchasing a CD or DVD player, they could simply plug in a flash drive into an available USB outlet and transfer data between devices and computers – in all, the thumb drive is nothing short of a technological marvel. However, one major disadvantage of flash drives is their size – making them exceptionally prone to theft or loss. Consequently, users also have the tendency to save personal information on these devices, making them a hot target for identity thieves. Information pertaining to tax return (containing social security numbers), passport copies, residential addresses, names and even credit card statements has been found on these portable devices. Such information – when combined – makes it easy for criminals to assume their victims’ identity.


Realizing this major security gap in USB drives, was set on developing a solution. After months of research and development, we came out with an idea which would let users’ password-protect their USB drives. Consequently, USB Secure was developed and deployed which became an instant hit. Today, our commitment to make USB Secure the best product still holds true. Thus, sticking to our commitment, we have updated USB Secure. New improvements include slight modification to its security algorithm, making it safer and more dependable than before. To learn more, please click on the following link:




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