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Mount with exact UUID to different location. Backup to that location. Use blkid to get UUID. blkid /dev/sda1


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If the hard drive is encrypted, you need the correct password to decrypt it before it can be mounted for data transfer. That, in itself, is a form of authentication. If you still need to verify the drive serial number, you can install smartmontools, then run the command (if your device is at sdb): # smartctl -i /dev/sdb smartctl 6.2 2014-07-16 r... ...


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They're saying, "Don't hook up a server with cardholder data stored on it directly to an ADSL modem". In other words, firewalling has to be employed between the Internet connection and the cardholder data environment (and must be employed following the PCI spec).



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