Invisible encryption

Tuesday, 14 June 2005, 2:49 AM EST

Why didn't this happen sooner? Seagate Technology has just announced a hard disk drive for laptops and other mobile devices that automatically encrypts all data as it goes into and comes out of the drive. Result: Nothing on the drive is accessible unless you know the password. If you lose your laptop with a drive like this installed, that's all you lose. The data is safe from prying eyes - a thief can't even boot it up.

By Frank Hayes at Computerworld.

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