The gadget that could have stopped the celebrity nude photos leak

The world would never have seen Jennifer Lawrence’s naked photos if only she’d had MBLOK.

October 1, 2014

If you haven't heard about the celebrity nude photos scandal, you must have been living under a rock for the past month.

But what may surprise you is that the whole thing could have been avoided extremely easily. How? Well, if Jennifer Lawrence and co would have used the ingenious device we're about to show you, not even the most devious of hackers would have been able to access her files.

The MBLOK is a bit like a normal USB stick, except it's so secure that it wouldn't look out of place in the briefcase of an undercover FBI agent. The device works just like an ordinary flash-drive when plugged into any USB port on a PC or MAC, but where it differs from the many bog-standard external hard drives on the market is that is uses Bluetooth to connect effortlessly to phones, tablets, headphones and even heart rate monitors. 

It connects to up to seven devices at a time at the push of a button, and once paired with a device, it can send or receive files and even stream movies. And the best thing about it is that it's super secure, thanks to high-tech encryption, which protects your data both while its on the physical hard drive and even while it's being sent via Bluetooth, so there's absolutely no chance of an embarrassing leak.

Depending on which version you buy, the device can hold up to 256GB of memory and it has an amazing 300 hours of battery life, so even though your iPhone might need charging every night, this thing will keep on going for more than a week!

Details: visit Mblok.ca