Re: Hardware Encryption

From: xyberpix (xyberpix_at_xyberpix.com)
Date: 08/02/05

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    Have a look at Serco, works well.

    xyberpix

    On 29 Jul 2005, at 19:45, forensics@slickwillies.net wrote:

    > Does anyone know if any devices exist to encrypt entire hard disks
    > and allow the user to set the password for the encryption? I have
    > seen modules that can be plugged into IDE hard drives (and USB
    > external hard drive enclosures) that allow for "transparent" hard
    > drive encryption (all data encrypted) but none of them allow the
    > user to set the password(key). They all seem to come with a
    > "preset" key from the manufacturer. The key is a token device that
    > plugs into the enclosure/module. I am looking for a device that
    > would allow the user to set the token himself.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > WILLIE
    >

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