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iKey 2032 Security token in Rohos Logon Key

iKey 1000/1032 security token is designed for fast and easy integration with various authorization systems. The compact low-cost token supports PKCS#11 and has a built-in encryption process. It is used for user identification and two-factor authentication.

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Rohos Logon Key Free

Our team has released Rohos Logon Key Free version this month. Now everybody how cares about computer security access and data protection can use it absolutely free. You can configure any USB flash drive as a secure key to your computer or laptop with Windows. Password for log on to Windows is kept encrypted thereby increasing authentication reliability.

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Upcoming Rohos Face Logon 2.9!

We have just recently released Rohos Face Logon v. 2.9! At this time, we have added new feature: possibility to use USB drive as a login key along with your Face.

Now you have alternative that, allows accessing Windows in secure way by USB token or face recognition at the same time. You choose the way you like to authorize.  We have combined biometric login with hardware security.

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Rohos Logon Key for Mac v.2.4

Rohos Logon Key for Mac v.2.4 is out!


Rohos Logon Key for mac

Rohos Logon Key for Mac


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Review of Hardware Encryption vulnerability of Kingston and SanDisk USB flash drives

The Kingston Technology company, a leader in the production of safe USB drives, and one of the first ones that started producing USB flash drive with hardware encryption (Kingston DataTraveler Secure) announced that some of its models of USB flash drives with hardware protection feature are vulnerable. The announcement was posted on the company’s web site saying that with the help of some tools you can access this USB drive (i.e. hack it without a password). News regarding some models of Kingston being prone to cracking is very surprising because these flash drives have been certified in compliance with FIPS 140-2.

Everything started with the fact that the German company SySS published a document entitled “Companies SySS hacked USB flash drive with hardware encryption Kingston certified FIPS 104-2”. In this document they describe in details the authentication protocol between the drive and the program (the user), which they found on the basis of intercepted USB traffic + vulnerability that was discovered. And also some screenshots of the utility, which is embedded in the process of authentication program for USB drives, and as a result – we may enter any password and access will be granted.
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BioSlimDisk biometric security token, Review, Comparison.

Dear friends, recently we have covered “BioSlimDisk Signature” compatibility with some Rohos products. Now it’s time to review device security capabilities, compare it with other Biometric USB flash drives with fingerprint scanners and give you some hi-res photos of the device.

In brief, BioSlimDisk is a USB flash drive with hardware level encryption (AES 256 bit key length) and hardware level Biometric authentication.

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Rohos Disk. Virtual Keyboard and Autorun.

Rohos Disk Encryption new release from June 05 now allows more efficiently password protect your USB flash drive – with Virtual Keyboard. As the response to multiple users’ request we added Virtual Keyboard that enables the program’s user to safely enter a password without been traced by a key logger while working on a guest’s computer.
In the Rohos password access box there is a new button, clicking on which enables virtual keyboard.

And Autorun folder – all shortcuts in this folder will be automatically started when virtual Rohos drive is connected. Users can Save and Delete shortcuts there manually. If you don’t have this folder just create it.

These features are now available both in Rohos Disk Encryption and Rohos Mini Drive – wonderful tools to password protect and secure your mobile data.