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February 29th, 2020, 11:53
Is it possible to resign Seagate 12G/s SAS Digitally Signed drives?
for example, ST12000MM0009 ( skybolt ) has Digitally Signed Firmware,
Does anyone know any way to resign firmware after modification?
March 1st, 2020, 13:00
No, it's not possible outside of Seagate.
Only Seagate FW developers can sign the firmware and even they don't have access to actual signing key.
Unless you have a quantum computer with 2048 qubits you won't be able to re-sign the FW.
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