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CA internet security flash cards

CA last week announced a range of 2GB credit card-sized flash cards, preloaded with the CA Internet Security Suite 2007 to protect PCs from viruses, spyware and spam, and Desktop DNA Migrator 2007, which allows users to transfer data and settings from an older system to a new one.

The drives will help users transfer files and preferences from an old computer and safeguard against viruses and identity theft on the new one. The flash drives can then be used to transport 2GB worth of personal items such as digital music, photos and documents comfortably in a wallet, purse or even a user's back pocket.

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