Don't rely on the built-in encryption on SSD (Solid State Drive) storage devices. It's broken.
Not completely. The encryption itself seems to be fine. But the drives don't tie the keys to anything you do or provide (including your password), so they can be fooled into giving up your secrets to anyone.
Anyone who has physical access to a debug port, of course, so this attack is somewhat limited, but it's still not safe to put state secrets onto an SSD.
Oh, and Bitlocker? it relies on the built-in encryption on SSDs ...
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