Digital vault thwarts hackers

Thursday, 20 July 2006, 1:38 AM EST

With 63 million American adults banking online and millions falling victim to identity theft, GuardID Systems is shipping 250,000 ID Vaults.

The company boasts a consumer security device that protects against phishing, pharming and keystroke logging. Vault ID, a single-function USB token, contains a smart card chip that stores user names and passwords for all online accounts.

At TechWeb.

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