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I've just found out that my samsung 840 evo supports aes hardware encryption. From what I've read it's activated by setting the password in uefi. I already have linux installed, let's say I set a password now, does that mean that the ssd still encrypts all the data on it? Even that data that's already there? Or would I have to wipe everything, set a password and then reinstall linux? My cpu also support aes-ni, does that have anything to do with the hardware encryption the ssd does? Or would that only help me when it comes to software encryption? Is there any difference when it comes to security between just using the hardware encryption and dm-crypt? submitted by FuckingCockbroaches [link] [1 comment]

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