Sort of FBI stuff, but how can I encrypt and prevent users from the ability to copy/move files in a directory to outside the computer? I mean, the program they use reads/saves data into this directory, how to prevent leakage?
So I have several SATA hard drives that I wiped last year with an older version of BootIT NG. I choose to write 0s and do a bunch of passes (15 maybe)? There is no OS on the drives just data and they haven't been touched since. The main drive I want to recover is 2TB.
Does anyone know of a utility that could possibly recover the data after such an extensive format?
This is the light leakage on my Shield Tablet with a black image on full brightness in the dark. I understand that these aren't normal usage conditions, but this was the best way to capture it. Plus, like a stuck or dead pixel, light leakage is one of those conditions that is hard to unsee once noticed.
I have a raid array of hard drives in a Sun x4600 that need to be moved out, and another Sun x4600 ready to accept those hard drives.
The problem is: in my limited experience with servers, it seems like hard drives added to a server always get wiped by the raid controller because the controller insists on "initializing" drives before recognizing them as a raid array.
Microsoft today launched a large update to its Azure cloud computing platform that introduces features like WebSocket support, segmented customer push notifications, New Relic support and a new billing alert service. The one feature that will likely get the most attention, however, is that developers can now sign up for a preview version of the Azure Import/Export service.
I am trying to help out a friend with an odd issue. He has two external hard drives he was using as storage on a I-Mac. He had several terabytes of information on each drive, then one day the drives didn't show up on his mac.