A USB Drive that Keeps Viruses at Bay

"Transcend Information and Trend Micro have come together to launch the JetFlash V15 USB flash drive."

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A USB Drive that Keeps Viruses at Bay
How's that for a change; a USB drive that protects itself against malware attacks!Transcend Information and Trend Micro have come together to launch the JetFlash V15 USB flash drive. The drive comes preloaded with Trend Micro USB Security software, making it a highly secure system against possible virus attacks.
The drive is the result of Trend Micro’s discovery last year of increasing Autorun malware attacks on removable drives. Based on these findings, the internet security specialist developed the new application specifically for USB drives to protect these against viruses and other malicious content that come with transferred files.
Whenever the drive is plugged into a computer, the easy-to-use antivirus launches automatically and starts scanning for any malicious activity. Users are required to go through a simple, one-step activation process the first time they use the drive.
Once plugged in, the innovative product ensures there is no transfer of unwanted data on to the drive with the file transfer. If the computer is connected to the internet, Trend Micro USB Security connects to Trend Micro’s servers and downloads the latest security updates and virus definitions directly onto the drive.
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21-07-2009, 03:26:46

Is this worth it over 922 even if it`s MidTower but having in mind price/quality?

21-07-2009, 04:16:23

The 922 and the 932 are very similar. Tbh the 932 is just taller to accept watercooling, this is what should be considered when purchacing.

24-07-2009, 02:33:16

yeap, i got it, thanks.

17-08-2009, 14:54:31

*edit* it's sat here i'm getting itchy fingers and wanting to use it. The main reason alongside wanting to go down the HTPC case is the dust these cases intake. Has anybody managed to find dust filters for the 3 230mm fans that are on the case besides knicking your missus tights? Checked Scan etc but these things are like gold i can't seem to find any dust filters this size.

02-11-2009, 13:12:54

I've just got a HAF 932, great case.... :) Plenty of room for Watercooling and best of all can fit a 120.3 nicely in the top of the case! Not too loud with stock fans either!

Altho, Anyone else had any trouble with the Power cables for the sata drives and the case side not fitting on?? Have 5 drives in the bays and cant get the bloody side on!!

02-11-2009, 13:15:34

Grab a pic dude so I can see the cables / fittings.

02-11-2009, 15:21:49

Here ya go! :) Tried to arrange them as best I could so that they were as slim as poss... But still stick out too far really... Will probably squeeze in, but dont want to risk breaking or disconnecting one... :(


And a more side on pic to show Stickyoutyness!

02-11-2009, 19:01:36

Just need to arange them better dude tbh.

02-11-2009, 21:15:18

I dont think I can, the cables are really rigid and I've already streched them across 3 drives but they still stick out... nightmare. And PSU isnt modular so cant add in more sata cables... can you get 90degree Sata power connnectors?

03-11-2009, 04:13:46

They will fit just bend the wires.

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