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Blog Sikker dine data ved hjælp af Flashbay's Dual Zone USB stiks

For de situationer, hvor du gerne vil sikre sig mod slutbrugeren sletter eller manipulation med dine data kan du bruge Flashbay's Dual Zone USB stik-teknologi.

Vores særlige formateringsproces skaber en hardware-baseret løsning, der kombinerer fleksibiliteten fra en traditionel USB stik med sikkerhed og pålidelighed af en CD-rom disk.

Det giver en fantastisk løsning, hvis du ønsker at give oplysninger, som du vil have at slutbrugeren har permanent adgang til, men du ønsker også, at de skal kunne gemme og ændre oplysninger på USB sticket som de vil være vant til at gøre.

Når sticket er sat ind i USB-porten, to forskellige drev ikoner vises på computeren: man giver adgang til læse-bare CD-rom zone og den anden giver dig mulighed for at få adgang til en standard USB stick zone for at åbne, redigere og gemme filer, ligesom du ville gøre på en almindelig USB stik.

Computeren virker på alle måder som om to adskilte enheder har været tilsluttet, når du bruger en Flashbay Dual Zone stick, hvilket giver dig fleksibilitet for dine slutbrugere til at gemme deres egne filer og samtidig sikre, at din vigtige data forbliver synlig, tilgængelig og beskyttes.


flashbay ForfatterSam Sanchez
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Roger Manson, Pfizer | 30 Sep, 2010
That's pretty neat, so does a full format of the USB drive manage to delete the data?
Sam , Flashbay | 30 Sep, 2010
Hi Roger - the data is always protected. In the same way that you can't format a CDROM, you also can't format the read only partition of the dual zone flash drive. So your data, (e.g. a company presentation) will always be locked down on the read only partition, and the user can use the other read/write partition for their own files
Gary Beeson, Hilosoft | 06 Dec, 2010
It certainly would be nice if the partitioned data could be protected from copying. Any thoughts on that?
Steve , Flashbay | 07 Dec, 2010
Hi Gary - copy protection of the partitioned data would require the use of third-party DRM software. The most common type of copy protection for CD media is intended to prevent unauthorised copying of music from audio CDs. Unfortunately the methods used cannot be applied to data CDs such as the one employed on the dual zone flash drive as they would render the data unreadable. If you protect your data using a suitable DRM solution prior to the creation of the flash drives then you could achieve your goal of restricting access to the included files to only authorised users. Flashbay however do not specifically support or endorse any particular DRM product.
John | 28 Aug, 2014
(1) Do both drives share the total memory capacity of the drive or is there some fixed split?
(2) How does the publisher write data to the protected drive and then protect it?
Chris , Flashbay | 29 Aug, 2014
Hi John,

Good questions.

1) Each zone is assigned a specific proportion of the physical memory in the flash drive. The CD ROM zone is sized to be sufficient to hold the content that the customer would like to be read-only with the remainder of the capacity of the drive belonging to the standard USB flash drive zone.

2) The data to be written to the CD ROM zone must be provided to us as part of the order process and we will pre-load the data onto the flash drive. The data in the CD ROM zone cannot be changed by customers.
Yarlen Vasquez, Cobalto www.27cobalto.com | 08 Sep, 2017
Need an quotation for 3000  Dual Zone Flash Drives in "credit card" presentation
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