What is the difference between an SS USB and a USB?
Dude Changed status to publish February 9, 2022
SS USB stands for secure storage, which means that when the device is not in use it deletes all data from its memory chip. You can’t buy one at your local electronics store like you can with a standard flashdrive. Ditto for UUSB, which stands for unsecure storage meaning when the device is not in use it stores all your information on the memory chip until you need to access it again at which point all data will be deleted once more. This type of usb might also be used by people looking to obtain sensitive information illegally as they are less likely to attract suspicion because it looks like a regular usb drive with function limitations such as low amounts