Thumb drive designed for cybersecurity missions

Friday - 10/1/2010, 11:30am EDT

Harris Corporation says it has introduced a highly customizable USB thumb drive that can quickly probe, identify and extract specific data from computers. The device is called BlackJack. It is designed for military, intelligence, and law enforcement cyber security missions, where speed, stealth and accuracy are paramount. Harris says the device boots in less than three seconds, and it has little LED lights that let you know if its found the data you're snooping for. Best of all, they say it leaves no trace.

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