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Old 02-12-2019, 11:10 AM   #6
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andrew: I kept wondering what exactly does the hardware encrypt. And what would someone see if they managed to access the platter with a platter directly.
Pretty much my thoughts also...



I also agree with you with respect to the Aegis not being as vulnerable but, I think to really make the decision, you may need to browse around the WD forums and see if there might be more info on exactly what is involved with their approach to encryption--particularly given the price difference you noted...



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