Online security is one of those things a frightening number of people pay little attention to, even when they know they’re putting themselves at risk. Since the Heartbleed bug has come to light, more and more folks are finally figuring out that they need to be diligent in protecting themselves, because you can’t always count on the websites you visit to do it for you. Passwords are your first line of defense, but most people choose very weak ones. The trouble is, creating a password that is difficult for someone else to guess often leads to creating a password you can’t remember yourself. I’ve got a list of mine (even though you’re not supposed to do that), because I honestly can’t keep them all straight.

LogMeOnce combines a secure password vault with a USB flash drive, and just for good measure throws in a charger as well. Its primary function is as a password vault, which relies on software encryption as well as an embedded unique ID token to protect your data and also detect any interference with it. In addition, it also provides up to 16GB of data storage, and the top model also includes a charger compatible with iPhone 4, 5S, Android and iPad. The built-in battery carries just 1000mAh of power, but that’s enough to get your emergency call made.

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LogMeOnce is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, where a pledge of at least $135.00 US will get you all 26 features (there are more details on Kickstarter). The window for funding is open until June 2, and if they achieve their goal they expect to start shipping this coming fall.

Source: EverythingUSB

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