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My Passport Ultra from WD 5TB – SED (Self Encrypting Drive) how secure are they?

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I have a WD NAS Ext2 Ultra with 2 TB installed Raid 1, both drives have volume encryption. I require a new backup solution as currently I have 1TB Transcend external portable drive for backups which is done using robocopy via the network, this drive is encrypted via Bitlocker, but these backups take time because the data is copied over a network and is slow.

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Bitlocker or any other drive does not work with the NAS, the My Passport Ultra from WD 5TB is currently on sale on Amazon and offers HDD encryption and works with the NAS I have, how reliable are these drives for keeping all the data I hoard secure? Is it secure enough like Bitlocker/Veracrypt which I use.

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Searching Google about these drives, brings up this info: [https://www.theregister.com/2015/10/20/western_digital_bad_hard_drive_encryption/](https://www.theregister.com/2015/10/20/western_digital_bad_hard_drive_encryption/)

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which is not ideal, but that’s from 2015 so don’t know how much has changed since then.

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  1. SED encryption is a mixed bag. Depending on the model, the IC doing the encrypting and decrypting can could be slow, plus trusting the security of hard drive firmware and the SED implementation. If you use TPM it will be even worse. The only SED I would personally trust are the newer enterprise drives with signed firmware.

    I would recommend Luks on Linux and veracrypt all platforms if your going for the best security. They have all been audited by some of the most brilliant minds on the subject and are easier to use. Just make sure you safeguard the key or passphrase in a safe location.

  2. I could be wrong, but I was under the impression that the 5TB Passport Ultras were not shuckable soldered SSD boards, if your intention was doing that.