Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Vulnerabilities In Major Self-Encrypting SSDs Allow Encryption Bypass and Affect Bitlocker

    Solid State Drives or SSDs serve as a convenient method to store data. They become safer when they offer self-encryption. These devices offer hardware encryption, eliminating the need for encryption software. However, some researchers have discovered security flaws in the firmware of major self-encrypting SSDs that could allow an attacker to bypass disk encryption and access the data.

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