USB Flash drives have become so ubiquitous that they are the de facto means of carrying data from one place to another. But sometimes it's not just data portability that is required of a Flash drive, but data security as well. Some Flash drives do come with data security software, but then their use is limited to select operating systems only - usually Windows.
Corsair has taken cognizance of this problem and has launched the Flash Padlock 2 Flash drive, which does not require software for security, but rather has buttons on the drive itself to key in the pass code. With an 8 GB capacity and a rubberized waterproof body, the Flash Padlock 2 offers the ultimate security for your data. Although it targets primarily enterprise users and not the general consumer, have tested it and are ready with the review.