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'''Full Disk Encryption''' is a phrase that was coined by [[Seagate]] to describe their encrypting [[hard drive]]. Other examples are below.
 
'''Full Disk Encryption''' is a phrase that was coined by [[Seagate]] to describe their encrypting [[hard drive]]. Other examples are below.
  
== Vendors ==
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== Hardware Solutions ==
  
 
; Seagate FDE  
 
; Seagate FDE  
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; beCrypt
 
; beCrypt
 
: http://www.becrypt.com/our_products/disk_protect.php
 
: http://www.becrypt.com/our_products/disk_protect.php
 
; [[SafeGuard Easy]]
 
: Certified according to Common Criteria EAL3 and FIPS 140-2
 
: Encryption algorithms supported: AES (128 and 256 bit) and IDEA (128 bit)
 
: Provides complete hard drive encryption including the boot disk.
 
: http://www.utimaco.us/products
 
  
 
; SecureDoc
 
; SecureDoc
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; Eracom Technology DiskProtect
 
; Eracom Technology DiskProtect
 
: http://www.eracom-tech.com/drive_encryption.0.html
 
: http://www.eracom-tech.com/drive_encryption.0.html
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== Software Solutions ==
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; [[SafeGuard Easy]]
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: Certified according to [[Common Criteria]] EAL3 and FIPS 140-2
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: Encryption algorithms supported: [[AES]] (128 and 256 bit) and [[IDEA]] (128 bit)
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: Provides complete [[hard drive]] encryption including the boot disk.
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: http://www.utimaco.us/products
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; [[loop-AES]]
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: Transparent [[file system]] and [[swap]] encryption for [[Linux]] using the loopback device and [[AES]].
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: http://sourceforge.net/projects/loop-aes/
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; [[dm-crypt]]
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: Transparent [[file system]] and [[swap]] encryption for [[Linux]] using the Linux 2.6 device mapper. Supports various [[ciphers]] and [[LUKS]] (Linux Unified Key Setup).
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: http://www.saout.de/misc/dm-crypt/

Revision as of 22:40, 20 April 2006

Full Disk Encryption is a phrase that was coined by Seagate to describe their encrypting hard drive. Other examples are below.

Hardware Solutions

Seagate FDE
http://www.seagate.com/docs/pdf/marketing/PO-Momentus-FDE.pdf
Network Appliance
http://www.netapp.com/ftp/decru-fileshredding.pdf
http://www.decru.com/products/pdf/dsEseries.pdf (NetApps DataFort)
http://www.decru.com/products/ltkm.htm (Decru Lifetime key Management)
http://www.forensicswiki.org/images/6/6f/Securing_Storage_White_Paper.pdf (Decru white paper)
Jetico BestCrypt
http://www.jetico.com/
beCrypt
http://www.becrypt.com/our_products/disk_protect.php
SecureDoc
http://www.smart-cardsys.com/security/securedoc.htm
Securstar driveCrypt DriveCrypt 4.20 - 1344Bit Hard Disk Encryption
http://www.securstar.com/products_drivecryptpp.php
Eracom Technology DiskProtect
http://www.eracom-tech.com/drive_encryption.0.html

Software Solutions

SafeGuard Easy
Certified according to Common Criteria EAL3 and FIPS 140-2
Encryption algorithms supported: AES (128 and 256 bit) and IDEA (128 bit)
Provides complete hard drive encryption including the boot disk.
http://www.utimaco.us/products
loop-AES
Transparent file system and swap encryption for Linux using the loopback device and AES.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/loop-aes/
dm-crypt
Transparent file system and swap encryption for Linux using the Linux 2.6 device mapper. Supports various ciphers and LUKS (Linux Unified Key Setup).
http://www.saout.de/misc/dm-crypt/