USB Lock License
- The default state of the drive is read-only or "write protected"
- This is a hardware solution, done at the controller level and cannot be hacked or manipulated.
- Removing the drive from the USB port puts the drive back to it's default state of being read-only.
- Nexcopy's proprietary Lock License cannot be duplicated or copied. Each license is unique to the drive.
- The Content Owner can turn Off the USB Write Protection at a specific moment to perform write functions.
- Build a custom solution. A free command line application available for integration with your software.
- Update drives remotely. Programmatically, unlock the drive, update the contents, re-lock the drive.
- Graphical User Interface (GUI) also available for free.
- Lock License drives available in USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.
- Capacities start at 2GBs. Minimum order quantity: 20
- Various body colors and styles available. Branding available.
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Nexcopy turns the market on it’s head with the Lock License flash drive. A flash drive which is by default read-only to other devices, however passing a small bit of code to the drive will make it writable.
The fundamental change towards how the flash drive works should draw attention to those looking for read-only USB solutions.
The Lock License drive is a unique approach; whenever power is cut to the device, for example disconnection from the computer, the USB is automatically write protected. This is the strongest first line defense against malicious software jumping onto the drive without the user knowing – it is impossible to infect a USB drive which is read-only.
Lock License drives require a password the first time data is written to the drive (password never required to read from device). This password is used to unlock the write protection and make the device read/write. This feature provides a personalized solution for each business which uses the Lock License technology. There is no need to set the write protection after being unlocked because the drive automatically becomes read-only when unplugged.