PCSTATS discovers a program flaw that makes it possible to circumvent AES-256 bit encryption by simply typing in an incorrect password six times in a row. For this 64GB USB drive, any encrypted partition of 33GB to 64GB size is then completely accessible. It's almost funny, until you loose YOUR encrypted USB drive.
"That's the sales pitch behind the SuperTalent Luxio, a 64GB USB drive which boasts AES-256 hardware encryption. It sounds secure, yet PCSTATS was able to crack the security on the Luxio USB drive W-I-D-E open."