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 Post subject: How many knows?
PostPosted: May 17th, 2014, 12:05 
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Dear Experts,

how many of you guys KNOWS where is the Location option of Enable/Disable of Seagate Terminal Log?

thank you

:idea: :idea:

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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My post was like 2Y back.

And now http://ts.acelaboratory.com/index.php?/ ... -in-prague

"Meet your peers from other countries and be the FIRST to learn about the world's ONLY solution for the Seagate F3 Self-Encrypting Drives!
Reserve your attendance for the most important data recovery event of 2016 here."

I like the parts when it say: 1st & ONLY

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
PostPosted: April 24th, 2016, 5:51 
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Humm,

I just tried the Option with one of NEW Drives (Grenada)
and my drive is BSY STATE now And very very slow

I did as it says and finally

Good Luck :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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And here is Attached my 3 TESTING DONORS - BRAND NEW

ST1000DM003 Z4YALP5Z
ST1000DM003 Z4YALPJB
ST1000DM003 Z4YALPED

I dont think there will be a Match better than this. (Dead one is the Last)


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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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I like the parts when it say: 1st & ONLY


Yes, been doing those and others for some time now, our methods are different to Ace though.

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Are you guys both saying you had solutions for the terminal locked Seagate drives before Ace released it?

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Just keeping this thread alive

Are there any solutions To Diagnostic Port Locked on later Seagate drives

(different to the other short read channel techniques on some older ones)

And this thread needs a much better title


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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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data-medics wrote:
Are you guys both saying you had solutions for the terminal locked Seagate drives before Ace released it?


Jared ,
I Hope They Are Saying Just That

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Amarbir,

I can confirm we (GDRA) had this solution before Ace. :D

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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yeah, i unlocked my first locked grenada in febr. 2015...
Recently finished my tool to unlock Makara and Lamarr Karnak, perhaps some others with signed firmware. Ace has no idea about them apparently, but they are good at marketing :)

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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pepe wrote:
yeah, i unlocked my first locked grenada in febr. 2015...
Recently finished my tool to unlock Makara and Lamarr Karnak, perhaps some others with signed firmware. Ace has no idea about them apparently, but they are good at marketing :)

pepe


What about drives with PSID? ;)

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Incredible but they avoided me so far, at least i did not face the problem.

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Martin wrote:
What about drives with PSID? ;)

Lamarr and Makara are not made without PSID
If you meant SED drives specifically then there is no difference in terms of Diag commands unlock, comparing to non-SED drives with PSID

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dobrevjetser wrote:
Amarbir,

I can confirm we (GDRA) had this solution before Ace. :D

Dobre


OK, so now that the solution is commercially available do you mind sharing what your technique was?

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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yes, he would mind sharing that.

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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data-medics wrote:
dobrevjetser wrote:
Amarbir,

I can confirm we (GDRA) had this solution before Ace. :D

Dobre


OK, so now that the solution is commercially available do you mind sharing what your technique was?

It is completely different logic than Ace's.

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Doomer wrote:
Martin wrote:
What about drives with PSID? ;)

Lamarr and Makara are not made without PSID
If you meant SED drives specifically then there is no difference in terms of Diag commands unlock, comparing to non-SED drives with PSID


May be I'm wrong, but as I understand PSID is using in order to encrypt SA and techno key, so PSID is used to form a request to remote sever in order to get techno.

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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i did not really get engaged how the auth is done exactly in the fw since if it is done properly you won't be able to fake it.

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Martin wrote:
May be I'm wrong, but as I understand PSID is using in order to encrypt SA and techno key, so PSID is used to form a request to remote sever in order to get techno.

SA is not encrypted

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 Post subject: Re: How many knows?
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Thanks for explanation.

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