Neoseeker : News : Seagate releasing self-encrypting hard drives
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bob8294 Sep 24, 09
*Edited* Sorry, double post.
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bob8294 Sep 24, 09
Uh, what exactly are KFC hiding from us???
Surely they don't store the Colonel's "Secret" recipe on hard drives? >.>
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kspiess Sep 24, 09
The Colonel's Secret recipe must be on a server someplace. They can't really only have one hand-written copy in a safe! That's absurd! How else could they send the recipe to all the new K.F.C's opening up in South East Asia.

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VeGiTAX2 Sep 24, 09
Have to wonder if the new technology will make it isolate other recovery groups from the picture. Seagate already acquired their own firms to charge quite a mint. I can see if there was a matched key to validate between the internal drive and the controller that it would be even more of a pain to DIY the drive or send it to a cheaper alternative company.

Nice feature but given their waves of reliability I'd question if it was worth the investment or not.
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