Re: Crack a password in 12 seconds -thought Id share
If your able to get access to remove hard drives, then yes you can easily "crack" the password to the drive. But what about ones that use multiple layers of encryption, and hidden partitions, these also being ones you CANT pull with out security noticing at that same time you removing such a drive? Ever try to break bitlocker encryption? I still haven't found a resource where someone has broken that, even in another machine locally.
You should also consider newer flash drives, and enterprise level SSD drives, wrong pass a few times, and you can kiss the data AND the drive bye bye.