Securely stash away your sensitive data with the Aegis Secure Key 3NX Encrypted USB 3.1/3.0 Flash Drive (16GB) from Apricorn. Utilizing a USB Type-A connector, these drives feature full-disk 256-bit AES-XTS hardware encryption and are operated by a polymer-coated wear-resistant keypad built into the device. This keypad is designed to resist all key logging attempts.
Rodger Hessel (verified owner) –
I bought a pair of these to use as a password/credentials store, with one acting as a backup. This way I can keep my credentials for banking and so forth off my computer except when they are needed. Very happy with the ease of use. Nice product. Build quality seems to be fine.
Merritt Leannon (verified owner) –
Yep, works exactly as advertised, that’s why I give it 5 stars
Alfonso Yost (verified owner) –
This encrypted flash drive allows you to create a password (7 – 16 digits) that needs to be entered to access it’s contents. No device will recognize this flash drive unless the password is entered first. Though there is a simple set of instructions included on how to set Admin and User passwords, I found them a little difficult to follow. The manufacturer, Apricorn, has a YouTube channel. I recommend beginning with the video: Aegis Secure Key 3.0 Tutorial 1: GETTING STARTED. Apricorn’s YouTube channel also has easy to follow instructions on how to use the advanced security features of this drive. Once the drive is set up and you are able to open it, the Aegis Secure Key has a user manual in several different languages loaded on it. The Aegis Secure Key drive has a metal body and an internal rechargeable battery. It comes formatted for use on PCs and Android smart televisions. It comes with a thick rubber case that the drive slides into. I’ve only had mine for a two weeks. But haven’t encountered any problems with it. I recommend the Apricorn Aegis Secure Key.