NVMe tool: SEDutil

Judith Vanderkay posted an article on the NVM Express blog about an updated release of a tool of theirs:

Drive Trust Alliance adds NVMe support to SEDutil:

Drive Trust Alliance maintains the popular sedutil application (formally called msed), which eases configuration of Self-Encrypting Drives implementing the TCG OPAL specification. Until recently only SATA/SCSI drives were supported by sedutil. As of the 1.10 release, NVMe SEDs are officially supported by the Linux version of sedutil. This paves the way for NVMe OPAL SED adoption across a wide variety of datacenter, workstation, client, mobile, and IoT platforms.”

http://www.nvmexpress.org/blog/drive-trust-alliance-adds-nvme-support-to-sedutil/
https://github.com/Drive-Trust-Alliance/sedutil
https://github.com/r0m30/msed
https://github.com/Drive-Trust-Alliance

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