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|12-09-2009, 12:52 AM||#1|
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Addonics CipherChain Hard Drive Encryption
We took a look last week at a thumb drive that offered unparalleled data security, and this time around, we're taking a look at a similar product, but one that's designed for PC use, whether in the office or at home. The CipherChain, from Addonics, is easy-to-install and operate, and secures your data using the ultra-secure AES 256-bit cipher.
You can read our review here and discuss it here.
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