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[-]  09-11-18 10:14

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Security flaws found in some SSDs
Bypass the password process
Researchers at Radbound University in the Netherlands have found that that major flaws in some Solid State Drives (SSDs) allow an attacker to bypass the password-based authentication process and access encrypted data stored on the drives.
The researchers found that the data encryption keys used to secure data stored on the drives are not derived from the owner’s password and that an attacker with physical access to the drives can reprogram the drives via a debug po...

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