I was looking for a way in which I could lock all my folders on my external drive, so I began searching for usb lock software. USB secure was the first result that popped through. In the past, I had tried experimenting with different software but there were not as good as this one. This is the most professional one I have tried.
Google is including Security Key support on all accounts free of charge and it’s not even selling the USB devices directly. It’s actually nice to know that Google doesn’t have a financial stake in this move — it’s about making your data more usb protect secure. A compatible U2F USB device can be purchased from any a vendor that uses the standard, but most of the current options you’ll find come from Yubico and cost $15-50. As they say, that’s a small price to pay for peace of mind.
The two researchers haven’t yet decided just which of their BadUSB device attacks they’ll release at Black Hat, if any. Nohl says he worries that the malicious firmware for USB sticks could quickly spread. On the other hand, he says lock usb users need to be aware of the risks. Some companies could change their USB policies, for instance, to only use a certain manufacturer’s USB devices and insist that the vendor implement code-signing protections on their gadgets.