Started by Danoboss, February 20, 2010, 02:58:55 PM
QuoteThe pin has nothing to do with the encryption. The pin is to unlock the access to the drive and there is an encryption chip that encrypts the data that is stored on this drive. If someone got a hold of your drive and temp to pull the data chip, they would get scrambled data only, unless they have your pin to unlock the algorithm to the 256bit encryption.
Quote from: pepakBruce Schneier také není Padlockem 2 nadšen: Crypto Implementation Failure
Quote from: DanobossV tejto súvislosti ma napadá ako mohli napríklad tie Kingstom USB kľúče získať tie certifikáty Fips a podobne, keď sú to také šmejdy.
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