Latest release from Victorinox is now un-hackable!

Victorinox have released a few USB / Swiss Army Knives in the past, but there latest version, the Secure Pro is (according to the company anyway) ‘un-hackable’ and looks like a real gadget geeks dream!   The company actually offered a prize of £100,000 to the first professional hacker who could crack the drive.  Nobody could manage to do it!

This is all thanks to the drive itself combining AES-256 security coupled with fingerprint technology and a clever self-destruct mechanism that will literally burn the CPU and internal chips if it detects any force entry.  All of this clever tech bundled with a knife, a pair of scissors, a screwdriver, a nail file, a ball point pen and last but not least an LED light….  wowzers, that’s quite handy!

It’s available in 8, 16 and 32Gb flavours and the USB storage device can be removed quite easily, so at least you can get onto a plane without being stopped by security!

It’s available now, with prices starting from £50 to around £180 (or $75 to $270).

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