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Whole-Disk encryption data corruption tolerance

I am thinking of encrypting external hard drives, flash drives, and internal storage hard drives with either TrueCrypt or DiskCryptor. I am concerned what happens if some part of the encrypted data ...
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Green Encrypted Files and Folders for No Reason

Recently i upgraded my XP to Windows 7 (Clean Installation) now i have problem to access my files and folders in my hard. It's All greened and encrypted for no reasson! I didn't change anything before ...
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Format encrypted/corrupted HDD

I got a hard drive which I think is either encrypted or corrupted. When I tried to connect it to my other desktop, my desktop was unable to identify it. Is there any powerful way to detect and format ...
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Hard Drive Encryption

I have a new HP laptop 2540p and was wondering how hard is it to encrypt the whole hard drive? Does it slow boot time? Does it make loading programs take longer? You have to enter a password at boot ...
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Can I access keyboard history without a keylogger?

By accident I wrongly typed a password (twice) that I completely forgot, when I was encrypting my external Toshiba drive with PGP Disk. I have no backup, nor *.krp files to repair my key, but I am ...
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HDD full disk encryption. Is it necessary to secure erase all data before?

I want to create a secure backup. Therefore, I'll encrypt an external HDD using TrueCrypt. I wonder if it is necessary to do a secure erase of all remaining data before? I ask this because I heard ...
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Encrypted HDD vs. Power Outage. SOL?

Tonight I came home to one of my servers stuck during boot saying the boot drive couldn't be found. I have three HDD's in this server and BIOS picked up all three, but reported one as having a ...
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Unable to reformat an Iomega Ego Encrypt drive on a Mac

One of my clients has an Iomega Ego Encrypt 320GB portable hard drive. When used with Windows, the drive has software that grants/disables access to the (encrypted) contents of the drive. The ...
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Does full Volume encryption put an SSD into a fully used state?

SSDs, particularly of the common MLC variety, have a limited number of writes before the memory cells wear out. Through the use of wear leveling algorithms this is effectively worked around so that ...