How is Class 0 encryption, fake?
Everything i see about "breaking" class 0 is on HDDs.
The ATA password you set on a Samsung SSD is encrypted by the FW and stored in the SSD's NAND, which is separately encrypted. I have yet to see anyone "break" Class 0 on Samsung SSD. Google it, you won't find anything except references to one guy who created a tool that would type in random variations of the password he couldn't fully remember, eventually it unlocked, but once again, only cuz he new part of the password. Also, unfortunately his site outlining it is gone, but if you use way back machine, you can see everything, just without images.Edited by Palorim12 - 8/24/16 at 6:53am