SecureDrive SSDs physically damage themselves after receiving text message

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We’ve just posted the following news: SecureDrive SSDs physically damage themselves after receiving text message[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/10/myce-securedrive-ssd-95x75.jpeg[/newsimage]

SecureDrive today announced two SSDs optimized for secure storage of data. The flash-chips can be remotely damaged by sending a text message to the mobile number of the drives. The SecureDrives encrypt data using 256 AES encryption and require two factor authentication to gain access to information stored on the disk.

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#2

This is like the Mission Impossible diskette that self destructs in 5 secs. LOL.