How About A 32GB Flash Max Drive?

"How About A 32GB Flash Max Drive?"

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American peripherals manufacturer Kanguru Solutions, has released a 32GB capacity flash drive. Unimaginatively named, the Kanguru 32GB Flash Max Drive is a high strength, high capacity USB2.0 flash drive that stores up to 32GB! The Kanguru Flash Max sports a rugged aluminum exterior housing that provides durability and ultimately extends the life of the drive.

The Kanguru Flash Drive Max comes complete with KanguruShield security software, allowing Windows users the option of password protection for secure data. The KanguruShield software allows users to resize and format the flash drive space into public and/or private partitions. Setting up the KanguruShield security software is easy and user friendly!

Features

* Store up to 32GB!
* Rugged and lightweight design, weighs only 18 g
* High Strength Aluminum housing
* High speed USB2.0 (480mbps)
* Uses Top Grade Flash Memory, 10 year data retention
* Backwards compatible with USB1.1 ports
* Plug and Play!
* Includes USB Extension Cable
* Works with Windows and Macintosh, and Linux
* KanguruShield security utility included (Windows Only)

Kanguru Flash Drive

All this storage capacity for a cool US$1499.99.

Interested in owning the Kanguru 32GB Flash Max Drive? It's available from here

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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22-10-2006, 07:19:13

PV5150
It appears that Microsoft's IE7 isn't as secure as first thought. A vulnerability has been found with the browser and the way it handles potentially sensitive information. The news article will link you to a test for the vulnerability. For those of you who downloaded the latest IE, please report back and let us know the verdict. Feel free to comment on the vulnerability below...

Link to the news article

22-10-2006, 13:24:09

Ham
...Shock horror tbh

22-10-2006, 13:40:07

Harrythepot
Tried it and i thought it was a bag of w@nk


FIREFOX FTW

:luvff:

22-10-2006, 14:59:34

nathan
[QUOTE=Harrythepot]Tried it and i thought it was a bag of w@nk


FIREFOX FTW

:luvff:[/QUOTE]
very technical explanation :P


I installed it yesterday and mine is vunerable!!! tbh, i could see it coming.

22-10-2006, 15:03:41

Kempez
This is an exploit that has been going on for years and years. As early as IE 5.5

MS have never fixed it because they claim it's a problem with their Outlook client not with IE.

Ummmmm....fix that then!! :D

22-10-2006, 16:07:03

Sticky Mick
[QUOTE=PV5150]It appears that Microsoft's IE7 isn't as secure as first thought. A vulnerability has been found with the browser and the way it handles potentially sensitive information. The news article will link you to a test for the vulnerability. For those of you who downloaded the latest IE, please report back and let us know the verdict. Feel free to comment on the vulnerability below...

Link to the news article[/QUOTE]

Well, that is a surprise:eek: Fancy IE being vulnerable:rolleyes:

It still relies too heavily on ActiveX, which is a hackers welcome mat. If the truth be known, Vista will get compromised on day one of general release.

22-10-2006, 16:47:17

ai_01

It appears that Microsoft's IE7 isn't as secure as first thought. A vulnerability has been found with the browser and the way it handles potentially sensitive information. The news article will link you to a test for the vulnerability. For those of you who downloaded the latest IE, please report back and let us know the verdict. Feel free to comment on the vulnerability below...



blame it on apple.
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