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[http://www.securethoughts.net/2008/02/compromising-disk-encryption-through-cold-boot-key-recovery.html Compromising Disk Encryption through Cold Boot Key Recovery] [securethoughts] - Researchers at Princeton University have found that many disk-encryption mechanisms, such as BitLocker, TrueCrypt and FileVault, can be compromised by recovering the encryption key which remains latent in memory, even after the computer is cold-booted.
  
 
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Compromising Disk Encryption through Cold Boot Key Recovery [securethoughts] - Researchers at Princeton University have found that many disk-encryption mechanisms, such as BitLocker, TrueCrypt and FileVault, can be compromised by recovering the encryption key which remains latent in memory, even after the computer is cold-booted.

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