by Craig Ball
"When Microsoft introduced its Encrypting File System (EFS) in Windows 2000, the Cassandras of computer forensics peppered the listserves with predictions that the days of digital forensics were numbered. Ten years on and hundreds of systems acquired, I’ve yet to handle a case stymied by encryption—and 90% of my acquisitions were corporate machines, many with TPMs and fingerprint readers. Voluntary encryption turned out to be no encryption at all…"
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