Alright, so I've got the usual internet geek stack of forums, sites, and general password and login information
I'm also starting a side business and getting more into ebay, paypal, and online purchasing and transactions.
I've set everything up with the banks, but what I need is a really good, sturdy, and machine washable
(don't ask) USB drive that I can encrypt, where if the password is typed incorrectly say three times it will wipe all the info rendering it unrecoverable.
I don't want to shell out the money for an IronKey because those are like $180 at best, but I will if it's the only choice.
Here are some requirements.
- It needs to be fast and able to work in any usb port, as I'll have a lot of bootable apps on it in addition to the sites.
- I'll be using LastPass rather than KeyPass for the password storage for all of the sites because it's got more plugins and availability for Chrome and Firefox
- I don't mind just clicking and dragging backups to a private server, but I'd prefer some kind of autosync where I could come home at night, plug it up, and sync the data to my home PC so if the key is lost or the password is entered incorrectly and it wipes I can have a restore point
- This is optional, but some kind of tracking would be nice as well, although I haven't been able to find that in a USB platform yet
- Security again, is a must. It's going to have website info, banking info, and a lot of personal information
Any other suggestions for PC software or alternate methods are much appreciated. I'm running Windows Server, Windows XP, Windows 7, possibly Ubuntu, and I may be running OSX down the road