SanDisk

Hardware Encryption (SED management)
WinMagic has tested the following self-encrypting drives (SED) and found them to be compatible with SecureDoc. SEDs that are indicated as being WinMagic Certified Secure benefit from the close collaboration with the drive manufacturer and have undergone the most extensive testing to ensure compatibility.
Software Encryption
SecureDoc supports software based encryption on all SATA drives unless otherwise noted.

MANUFACTURER
MODEL
FIRMWARE
NOTES
TCG
IEEE 1667 (EDRIVE)
SECURITY CERTIFICATIONS
BUS TYPE
FORM FACTOR
SECUREDOC VERSION TESTED
SanDisk
X600
X6112100
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″, M.2 2280
8.3 SR1
SanDisk
X600
X6117101, X6114106, X6124112
Certified Secure Yes
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″, M.2 2280
8.3 SR1
SanDisk
X600
X6106101, X6104106, X6114112, X6105100
*FW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″, M.2 2280
8.2
SanDisk
X600
X6104112, X6104101
*FW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″, M.2 2280
7.5 SR1
SanDisk
X600
X6103106, X6105100
*FW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″, M.2 2280
7.5 SR1
SanDisk
X400
X4120101, X4120106, X4142100
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
7.1
SanDisk
X300
X3561201
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
7.1
SanDisk
X300s
X2240501
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
7.1
SanDisk
X400
X4131101, X4141106, X4161100
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
7.1
SanDisk
X400
X4133101, X4143106
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
7.1
SanDisk
X300
X3541201
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
6.5, 7.1
SanDisk
X300s
X2160501, X2180306
*SW
Opal 2.0
SATA
2.5″
6.4, 6.5
SanDisk
X300s
X2180300
*SW
Opal 2.0
IEEE 1667
SATA
2.5″
6.4, 6.5

*SW: Consider SecureDoc software encryption to mitigate SED vulnerabilities
*FW: Update firmware else consider SecureDoc software encryption to mitigate SED vulnerabilities
¹If you are using Windows 7 with this drive, consider upgrading to SecureDoc 8.3 SR1 or later to avoid possible Sleep issues
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