Friday, July 5, 2013

Protect Data with Sealing Wax Friendly USBs.

Or how to imitate kings or medieval royalty with USB drives.

These are actually fricking great. It's also got some uses as well. Having this would mean that you'll know whether you're USB drive's been tampered with without your knowledge (because that's how kings know that their letters have been opened before it's intended receiver).

How does it work you ask?

Pour hot red wax aka sealing wax onto the designated grove of the USB drive....


Bring down the seal that you want to use i.e. your old family seal or some new seal that you want to start using for your family OR some run-on-the-mill seal you ripped from George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones.


Let it dry and your good to go. Store it for the future or whatever, it's not going to be a problem. Just be careful of breaking the seal because once that's happened, you might have to redo everything from the start. Or you have to look for a mole in your office or organization in cases where highly sensitive date's been stored on that drive.


It's a pretty cool concept and I am already scouring the Internet on where to find this manufacturer. (Plus getting busy designing my family crest).

The link was supposed to come from but going to that site doesn't give me any specifics so the trail is currently cold. 

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