SOURCE: CyberKey Corporation

June 06, 2005 09:00 ET

CyberKey Corporation Announces 4 Gigabyte Availability

ST. GEORGE, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 6, 2005 -- CyberKey™ (OTC: CYKC) is pleased to announce that it has upgraded its top-of-the-line CyberKey secure memory device series via the introduction of a 4 gigabyte (GB) model. The new 4 gigabyte model is immediately available for sale. The new top-end model joins the family of high-security CyberKey portable memory products.

The product line now includes the following models:

--  4 Gigabytes  (The Quad)
--  1 Gigabyte   (The Gigger)
--  512 Megabytes   (The Half-Gig)
--  256 Megabytes
--  128 Megabytes
--  64 Megabytes  (Baby Brain)
All CyberKey flash memory portable storage devices designed for consumer use include the following features and functionality:
--  Bad Block Memory Management (BBMM) and Error Correcting Code (ECC) --
    ECC employs statistical analysis to reconstruct missing or corrupted data.
    While highly effective, ECC performs best when corrupted data strings are
    short. BBMM dynamically analyzes the memory area to be written to before
    each "save" command is executed. Bad memory blocks are identified and
    avoided, yielding the best data reliability available in the flash memory
    business. BBMM is a proprietary CyberKey feature.
--  Digital Rights Management (DRM) -- This feature allows users to
    password-protect information stored on their CyberKey device. Without the
    proper password, the device can be rendered unreadable to anyone who may
    find it or steal it. Data is encrypted before being stored on the device in
    accordance with the US Government 128-bit security standard. The password
    combinations are effectively infinite. DRM is a proprietary CyberKey
--  Application Launcher -- With CyberKey's Application Launcher, a
    CyberKey storage device can be set to begin booting up any executable
    program within fractions of a second of the time the CyberKey device is
    plugged into a USB port. Without Application Launcher, most operating
    systems instantly recognize the addition of another storage device, but
    must be manually prompted to start a program. Application Launcher is
    another CyberKey proprietary feature.
--  PurelyPrivate by SpyCop -- PurelyPrivate is the answer to client and
    business confidentiality. This program allows users of chat lines, Instant
    Messenger and similar services to fully encrypt every message sent to other
    PurelyPrivate users. No one else can read the message and the service
    provider will be unable to log your communications. PurelyPrivate allows
    you to surf the Internet anonymously. It erases your web history when you
    sign off. PurelyPrivate offers several other features that those
    responsible for compliance with HIPAA and other client confidentiality
    restrictions will find very useful.
Every CyberKey model is fully compliant with the upgraded USB 2.0 Standard and continues to work with the older USB standard as well. CyberKeys are available in bulk or individually packaged. Private labeling is available and all CyberKeys are available in a variety of colors.


CyberKey Corporation, based in St. George, Utah, partners with industry-leading manufacturers and distributors to deliver secure USB drive-based solutions to vertical markets and content owners, service providers and resellers. CyberKey solutions solve real world issues in the entertainment, education, government, military, automotive, financial services and medical industries. CyberKey technologies allow users to securely transfer large amounts of data, files and applications software from one electronic device to another while employing a patent-pending USB-based Digital Rights Management process. CyberKey's solutions create new opportunities for existing industries and applications.

For more information, please visit CyberKey's website at

Statements contained in this news release, other than those identifying historical facts, constitute 'forward-looking statements' within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Safe Harbor provisions as contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements relating to the Company's future expectations, including but not limited to revenues and earnings, technology efficacy, strategies and plans, are subject to safe harbors protection. Actual company results and performance may be materially different from any future results, performance, strategies, plans, or achievements that may be expressed or implied by any such forward-looking statements. The Company disclaims any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements.

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