I need to securely wipe a Samsung 840 solid-state drive (SSD) of a co-worker that's leaving the company. My colleague ran into a problem he can't find the answer to.
The drive is encrypted with Samsung Magician software. We can't read the SSD in Linux, and Windows is unable to initialize it. The Magician software can erase the drive, but only if the password is present, which we don't have.
Is there another way to erase or reformat the drive?