Origin Storage FIPS validated 12TB Aegis Padlock DT Secure USB 3.0 256-bit AES hdwr encryption

SKU: ADT-3PL256F-12TBEMEA

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  • Featuring AES-XTS 256-bit hardware encryption, the Aegis Padlock DT seamlessly encrypts all data on the drive on-the-fly, keeping all data at rest safe even if the hard drive is extracted from its enclosure.
  • The last line of defense for data security when the device’s physical security is at risk. The Self-Destruct PIN defends against these physically compromising situations by erasing the key’s contents, leaving it in normal working order appearing yet to be deployed.
  • If the device comes under a physical brute force attack, your data is protected with a programmable “Brute Force Hack Defense Mechanism” which, if the programmed number (between 4 and 20) of consecutive incorrect password entries has been attempted, the device will delete its own encryption key and destroy the ability to decrypt its stored data.

ADT-3PL256F-12TBEMEA

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Additional information

Form factor

Cap

LED indicators

Y

Linux operating systems supported

Y

Mac compatibility

Y

Mac operating systems supported

Y

Mobile operating systems supported

Y

PIN-secured access

Y

Product colour

Black

Security algorithms

256-bit AES

USB version

3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)

Windows operating systems supported

Y

EAN Code

5056006158615

Description

The perfect desktop encrypted storage device innovation for your most sensitive information, the Padlock DT delivers the ultimate data security in widest range of storage capacities. Software-Free, 100% hardware-based 256-bit AES XTS encrypted, onboard keypad PIN authenticated, and ultra-fast USB 3.1 (3.0) data transfer speeds. All Data is encrypted on the fly and the PINs and Data remain encrypted while the drive is at rest. Completely cross-platform compatible and OS agnostic, the Padlock DT thrives with Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, and Chrome. It also thrives where software-authenticated encrypted devices fail, such as embedded systems, or equipment in possession of a powered USB port and storage file system but no keyboard. All internal componentry is protected from physical tampering with a layer of hardened epoxy, and the firmware is locked down to prevent any modifications making it impervious to malware attacks such as BadUSB.