PadJack Versions


PadJack Offers Various RJ45, USB, D-Sub Blocks And Locks

Currently, there are three versions of RJ45 PadJacks.  All three versions, PadJack SVE, PadJack SV and PadJack LV, provide the same RJ45 locking functionality and each type offers organizations a different level of network security based on the purpose of the application.

The different versions to choose from are:

PadJack SVE RJ45 Lock NSA ApprovedPadJack SVE:

The PadJack SVE RJ45 lock incorporates the same technology used in the PadJack SV, with enhanced security features developed by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA).  It provides the highest level of physical network security. This version of the RJ45 lock is highly recommended for military and government facilities, data centers, banks, casinos, nuclear facilities, or any organization with mission critical data who is at a high risk of security breach.

PadJack SV RJ45 Lock For Physical Network SecurityPadJack SV:

PadJack SV, the shorter version of the RJ45 lock, is mainly used for security purposes. It provides a cost effective solution to secure an exposed network jack by restricting access from an  unauthorized user with an endpoint device.  It also secures open ports on networks switches, routers and servers.  This version of the RJ45 lock is recommended for hospitals and medical facilities, universities, financial institutions, CPA firms and legal offices. It provides financial organizations and medical facilities with an extra layer of network security to meet PCI Credit Card Laws and HIPAA HITECH Compliance.

PadJack LV RJ45 Lock For Physical Network SecurityPadJack LV:

PadJack LV, the longer version of the RJ45 lock, provides a level of security, but is more effective in “tagging and identifying” ports and jacks, such as identifying deactivated jacks throughout a facility or identifying unused ports on patch panels to avoid subsequent retesting. PadJack LV has a longer length for higher visibility of the serial numbers.

Depending on your organization’s purpose and application, there is a PadJack RJ45 lock that is right for you.  From restricting unauthorized access to a jack or port with the security versions, PadJack SVE and PadJack SV, to identifying deactivated jacks with PadJack LV, the RJ45 locks provide a cost effective, quick and easy solution to physical network security. All versions of PadJacks are easily installed by inserting the device into an unused port until it locks into place, with no special tools required.

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PadJack USB PORT LOCK and SEAL:

USB ports on servers, routers, laptops, computers and portable devices are at extreme risk for a security breach.   Mission critical data can be downloaded onto a thumb drive, portable hard drive or mobile device.  Viruses, malware, spyware and other malicious software can be uploaded from a USB device through an unprotected USB port. Developed by the NSA for securing multiple ports, it can be reused.

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PadJack SINGLE-USE USB PORT LOCK:

For a single-use, non-reusable option to block USB ports.  Slide both serial numbered pieces into the USB port, and they will lock together in the port.  Lock is destroyed upon removal.  Also developed by the NSA, and is ideal for laptops and portable devices.

PadJack USB CABLE LOCK and SEAL:

USB ports with attached cables in use on computers, servers, routers, or other equipment are also at risk for a security breach.  Cables can be removed to gain access to the USB port, and then replaced without your knowledge.  PadJack’s USB Cable Locks developed by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), secure cables and protects critical data and prevents disruption of data flow to peripheral devices.


PadJack D-Sub DB9 PORT LOCK and SEAL:

Secures vulnerable serial ports efficiently.  Just attach with screws (included) and slide the top in.  Then fasten with a Wire Loop Seal.  All parts are laser etched with serial numbers.  This product may also be used for VGA ports.

PadJack D-Sub DB25 PORT LOCK and SEAL:

Secures vulnerable serial ports efficiently.  DB25 style parallel ports are also utilized for communication in various equipment, but mainly for legacy style printers. Just attach with screws (included) and slide the top in.  Then fasten with a Wire Loop Seal.  All parts are laser etched with serial numbers.

The RJ45 and USB locks are a safeguard measure to the network infrastructure on a physical level to prevent security breaches.  As with all network security defenses, reinforcing layers provide the best protection. These devices will simply “stop them at the jack.”

For help in choosing a PadJack for your organization, please see the How to Choose a PadJack RJ45 lock web page.