Vista encryption 'no threat' to computer forensics
Security advances in Windows Vista are unlikely to frustrate cybercrime investigation, according to a leading computer forensics firm.
Enterprise and Ultimate editions of Vista include a feature that provides data volume encryption called BitLocker Drive Encryption. Suggestions that BitLocker contains a backdoor allowing law enforcement agencies automatic access to encrypted volumes have been robustly denied by Microsoft.
At The Register.
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