Integral announces military strength AES-256 SSDs

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Integral announces military strength AES-256 SSDs.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/08/8r2I04.png[/newsimage]hile we don't know what kind of data is so precious and not illegal that you need to store with strong encryption as an average user, but if you require it, you can get it! 


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/integral-announces-military-strength-aes-256-ssds-62855/](http://www.myce.com/news/integral-announces-military-strength-aes-256-ssds-62855/)


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AES-256 encrypted porn? Nice.


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Oooh, ENCRYPTION! Ahhh…

Heck, I thought “military class” meant it already came with shrapnel-wounds and maybe some bulletholes in it!

Oh yeah, of course - ENCRYPTION! That’s what they mean! Silly me…

Ah well… I’ve tried my own military-style HDDs and one SSD. The HDD did hold up under the first .22 but the .30 went thru.

The .22 did take out ‘the bad sectors’ on the SSD, too. Well, that’s what I was aiming for - the bad sectors.

I kept hitting the platters on the HDD, though, until Hubby flipped it over and showed the back side - then the next shot went into the spindle. (I’d have hit it sooner but he kept wobbling and screaming something silly about “William Tell never did it like this”. What a baby. I mean, he lived - he survived-! OK, he WAS pretty jumpy for a few weeks every time I’d drop a pan or someone would slam a door…)