Flaw In Some Solid State Drives (SSDs) That Is Allowing Hackers To Bypass Disk Encryption And Access The Data Without Requiring The Encryption Password.

This Flaw Allowed The Hackers To Grab Hold Of The Encryption Password From The Computer’s RAM.

This Vulnerability Has Affected Only Those SSD Models Supporting Hardware-Based Encryption Which Uses Local Built-In Chips For Carrying Out Disk Encryption Operations. 

This Hardware-Based Encryption Are Commonly Known As Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs).

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Post Author: Akshay Dahale