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  1. Hi, First, ISE that HGST has, does more hard drives vendor have this? WD and thier Red drives? Seagate and their Ironwolf drives? Can it be used to secure delete the drives in an event of you need to wipe 'em fast?! Like with a remote command "kill it"..?
  2. I am looking into Samsung 840/850 EVO SSD drives and Seagate Enterprise Capacity ST6000NM0044 drives, which feature hardware-based self-encryption via ATA password. I wonder whether or not Synology DS1815+ alike can take advantage of this feature? The following text is quoted from http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/minisite/SSD/global/html/about/whitepaper06.html Does any know what exactly do I need to do to enable self-encryption of Samsung 840 EVO on Synology DS1815+? PS: 1. I understand Synology DSM provides only shared-folder-level software-based encryption, and does not support volume-level or disk(-group)-level encryption. 2. I also posted it on Synology forum, but do not anticipate any response there since appearance no one has been moderating their forum. http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?f=116&t=93770 Thanks! Pengkui
  3. SanDisk has announced the X300s SSD which is the company’s first self-encrypting solid state drive. Using TCG Opal 2.0 and Microsoft Encrypted Drive hardware-based encryption in comination with a new SSD administration dashboard for easier audit and compliance management, the X300s SSD delivers maximum data protection and performance to help address IT decision makers’ top data management and security challenges. SanDisk X300s Self-Encrypting SSD Announced