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Mar
7
comment How to protect data on your hard disk if it is in an unfriendly environment?
@Henrick Hellström: And how he can extract the key from RAM? About the possibility of freezing, I know, but I think that doing so will not. The module has no external interfaces with which you can access the already booted OS.
Mar
6
comment How to protect data on your hard disk if it is in an unfriendly environment?
An additional complication is that the module can be offline for a long time and the system will be difficult to know for sure: if the module is idle due to a temporary lack of communication or is stolen, and his attempt to crack.
Mar
6
comment How to protect data on your hard disk if it is in an unfriendly environment?
It is, however, perhaps before it is discovered that the key is compromised, an attacker could cause bad things. This may be critical for the system. Necessary to fully deprive him of this opportunity, or as it more difficult.
Mar
5
comment How to protect data on your hard disk if it is in an unfriendly environment?
Hmm... GPS - it is an interesting variant. I'll have to look for variants of existing hard drives or watchdogs. Thank you!
Mar
5
comment How to protect data on your hard disk if it is in an unfriendly environment?
Unfortunately, I have not found what I needed. Basically, as I understand it, this equipment is designed to guarantee the absence of a copy of the key opportunities in order to be assured that as long as the key for me, no one has access to my information. But in this case, such equipment must operate independently and can be stolen, along with the module. Or have I understood you correctly?