Disk encryption is a special case of data at rest protection when the storage media is a sector-addressable device (e.g., a hard disk).

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Can full disk encryption make malware recovery more difficult?

Let us say that we have a computer with a fully encrypted disk. If it gets infected with malware, does this make it more difficult to use a LiveCD or other rescue option to clean it or restore it? It ...
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Free/Libre software to handle TCG OPAL 2.0-compliant Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs)?

I'm in search of a free/libre software that is able to handle OPAL (2.0)-compliant SEDs (i.e. manage the setting of Pre-Boot Authentification (PBA) environment, encryption keys...). It could be a ...
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I need two separate hidden volumes in disk encryption. What are my options?

C: for system (Windows) D: for my files Makes much more sense to me than packing everything on the same volume, right? Is there a disk encryption utility capable of doing this? I don't know much ...