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Breaking Hard-Disk Encryption #bitcoin #pgp #TrueCrypt

Clive Robinson • December 29, 2012 3:59 PM Hmm, For all those talking about DDR3 memory loosing everything when you turn the power of I would be cautious about making that statment. The reason is there are several low level ways data is "residualy retained" in memory that is not powered up. This has been an industry known issue as far as I'm aware since befor the first IBM PC hit the streets by several years (ie back in the 1970's). Whilst modern designs of various types have reduced the effects it is still an issue if other technniques have not been employed. As noted by @Nick P above I have prefered options that make things a little more difficult for attackers, but I would be daft to call them secure. This is partly because the technology is not being used correctly and partly because of the weakest links in the security chain "user convenience" and "efficiency". For in...

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