The iStorage datAshur® is an ultra-secure USB flash drive


The iStorage datAshur is the Fort Knox of the flash drive world. This USB stick is designed to be hack-proof with its built-in encryption system and PIN pad. Embarrassing photos and important documents, you may consider yourself safe from being snooped.

The iStorage datAshur’s most noticeable feature is its keypad lock. The lock can be set with anywhere between a seven and 15 digit password. If someone enters the wrong PIN number 10 times in a row the stick will wipe all of its data. The iStorage datAshur also features a military-grade encryption system that encodes all data entered. The flash drive automatically powers off and unlocks once unplugged from the USB port for added security. The datashur protects your data with a “Brute Force Hack Defence Mechanism”.


According to the manufacturer, the device is compatible with all popular operating systems, and there are not required any additional drivers for OS.


Of course, the USB flash drive is protected from any accidental damage, and it is shockproof and waterproof. Interestingly, the value of the device is not particularly high, as you might expect. The iStorage datAshur comes in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB versions and is available now. The cost of the device just starts from 39 euro.

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Pirat 30 december 2011, 10:14
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0 reiiiiiiiiii March 26, 2013, 22:02
please help me, begging!!! I am destroyed, I bought a "datashur" stick about 1,8 years ago, all my work is on it I mean all my like usual I unlocked (green light on..after my code typed) my data shur and put it in my computer, but my computer not seen it...I looked but the stick played like light on, my computer still not seen it. After a minute the green light was of and it started flashing lights, green and red then only red, I repeated this several times but it act the same: stick played like usual green light on, computer not recognized it, one minute later flashing lights then only red on.

please.... if somebody can help me m,y life is over if I can't access my datashur stick.

if you can help me I'll be grateful all my life.
0 Rumpel March 27, 2013, 10:23
USB Drivers with heavy usage die sooner or later because the number of write tasks is limited. Not keeping a backup is just stupid.
This applies for ALL storage devices. I guess you used it heavily in 1,8 years and now it is dead and especially with this temper proof
USB drive you are pretty much screwed anyway. Just keep backups next time.

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