Secure and Portable

ID Control USB Token is a secure USB flash Token with secure flash storage up to  64GB, protecting with strong encryption and a mandatory strong password protecting your digital assets and privacy inside. The ID Control USB Token provides very interesting security and portability features.

A password vault is as mandatory as anti-virus

We all need to get out of the mindset that our primary e-mail address combined with a single universal password are our credentials for the world.
Admit it. You have one password. You may even have half a dozen variations on your childhood cat’s name, but it is still the same basic password, and you use it to log into American Express, Netflix, Bank of America, GMail, Comcast, MySpace, Fark, Twitter, Virgin America, EBay, New York Times, and even the message forum where you talk about your obsessive collecting of late 19th century yak bridles.

You think to yourself, hey, what’s the big deal, right? Having the same password in one location won’t affect the security of the other location. If someone compromises your Netflix account, for example, the worst that can happen is they realize you favor tripe like The Notebook and National Treasure rather than quality cinema like Blade Runner and Rocky. It isn’t like they can pull your credit card information from the site and use it elsewhere, and besides, it isn’t like anyone who grabbed your password would be able to figure out all the other websites you visit.

You are forgetting that when you use the same username, an e-mail address, and the same password on numerous websites, you are relying upon the strength of the security of the weakest website you authenticate against to guarantee the secrecy of our login credentials. In other words, if you use the same username and password at 50 odd websites, you are relying upon the laziest system administrator of all 50 systems to keep their web app from being hacked to prevent your credentials from leaking out. Again, big deal, right?

Let’s say someone compromises yakbridletrader.com as part of compromising everyone that is still running PHPNuke. They dump the usernames and passwords online for all to see and share. Someone notices that your e-mail address, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , is in the tuple, and gets the bright idea to go to GMail and try your yakbridletrader.com password. From there they go and figure out what bank backs your credit card, and well… you get the idea.

Having a strong and diverse password everywhere is mandatory now. It is as mandatory as running anti-virus on a PC and having a working set of backups. Like backups and anti-virus, if you don’t have a strong and diverse password that is different on every website you visit, you have no right to complain if you get compromised because someone took down the one-stop yak shop.

 

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Hi,

We protected the internet banking solution we developed for a large financial insititute with PKI and stored the digital certificates inside of the ID Control USB Token. Thanks for all the great support and easy integration.

- SFL Pro Armenia

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