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SOLID STATE DRIVE DESTRUCTION

THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO SAFELY DISPOSE OF AN SSD DRIVE

Secure destruction of digital media is an interesting topic. Most normal hard drives can ben degaussed or overwritten enough times to control any issues with data remnance. SSD Drives started to become very popular about three years ago and now are moving quickly towards end of life. The NSA has decided the only secure method of sanitizing an SSD is disintegration into pieces no larger than 2 millimeters.

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