Weekend Open Forum: What really grinds your gears?

Weekend Open Forum: What really grinds your gears?

Some things in life just really tick me off, rub me the wrong way or make me cringe. You know, pet peeves. Personal examples include people popping bubble wrap, barking dogs while I'm trying to be productive, the widespread misuse of…

Introduction and Guide to Managing Self-Encrypting Drives

A SED, or self-encrypting drive, is a type of hard drive that automatically and continuously encrypts the data in it without any user interaction. What may surprise many is that a decent potion of the drives currently in the market are in fact SEDs. The method involves a Data Encryption Key that encrypts and decrypts data whenever data is written to the drive or read from it. But the process is so transparent to user that it is unlikely they would ever realize they have such a feature.

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