FDE or Full Disk Encryption is the practice of or technology for encrypting an entire storage device, including empty space and temporary files, so that an attacker cannot easily gain information on which parts of the device holds active and/or useful data as well as to protect data after deletion.

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Linux full disk encryption passphrase in sync with local user password

I'm trying to setup a Linux FDE where the passphrase is in sync with /etc/shadow file, similar to Mac's FileVault which uses the user's login password as the encryption pass phrase. Is it possible to ...
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Sophos “Enterprise Console” Full Disk Encryption adding a user

We have rolled out the "Full Disk Encryption" from the Enterprise console suite. Recently new users are not being added after the machine was running - new users who login when past the on boot ...
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How to use FDE SATA drive with USB cable

I have a Seagate Momentus FDE (full disk encryption) drive. It works fine in my laptop - after I enter the password. I would like to use this drive with a USB/SATA cable (like this). However, there ...
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samsung evo 840 500gb enable bitlocker without reinstall and with a password needed at each boot [closed]

I was wondering if it is possible to turn on edrive + bitlocker on a Samsung Evo 840 SSD without reinstalling windows or messing with my windows install?
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Integrated Full Disk Encryption for laptops?

I'm interested in a hardware based full disk encryption solution for a laptop. I've never really researched them before, so I'm not sure what to expect. (This is not a shopping list question). I'm ...
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How can I allow unattended decryption of encrypted disk on RHEL6?

I need to configure encrypted disk on RHEL6, but the key should be stored on the network server/database, encrypted disk should get decyrpted during boot or after boot using this key and without ...
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How to encrypt an external hard drive so a password is required only on computers other than my own?

I want to encrypt my external hard drive but I only want it to require a password if being accessed by a PC other than mine. This is because I have Backblaze set-up on my own PC and if Backblaze ...
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Using software to enable SSD's self-encrypting functionality on older motherboads

I'm considering buying Crucial M500 SSD drive with SED (self-encrypting drive; ATA password, TCG Opal 2.0, eDrive compliant). I'd like to use its SED functionality, but even after reading a bunch of ...
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Disk encryption: advantages and drawbacks of hardware disk encription vs dm-crypt

I'm going to reinstall my system (Ubuntu) on a Samsung 840 pro SSD. This disk can do AES hardware encryption. I wonder what would be the drawbacks and/or advantages of taking this approach versus ...
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How do I use “noatime” with FileVault 2 FDE on Mountain Lion?

I have an SSD installed in my MacBook Pro, and have successfully implemented a tweak that disables noatime on the boot drive: ...
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Is it possible to check if a BIOS supports password entry for a self-encrypting SSD/harddrive?

I'm considering purchasing a SSD that has built-in hardware encryption / self-encrypting drive that provides its own full drive encryption. What can I do to check that the BIOS on my machine will ...
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Full disk encryption: possible to tie key to particular BIOS/Laptop?

The organisation I work for has laptops outfitted with FDE-drives, i.e. drives that encrypt data on the fly such that in the case of a stolen laptop, no data can be retrieved by removing the HDD. ...