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GreenTec-USA Solution Would Prevent Sony Attacks and Ransomware

15 August 2022

The Press Release of a hacker’s technological breakthrough by figuring out how to lodge malicious software in the obscure code on disk drives is viewed by cybersecurity experts as the second-most valuable real estate on a PC for a hacker, second only to the BIOS code invoked automatically as a computer boots up.
GreenTec-USA, in cooperation with Seagate Technologies, developed a secure electronic information storage product breakthrough referred to as the WORMdisk™, which cannot be re-flashed, overwritten, reformatted, deleted, or otherwise changed.

The WORMdisk™ functions as a normal HDD with zero performance degradation from its additional built-in capabilities.  The WORMdisk™ is the only HDD of its type available that makes it impossible to alter, modify, edit, re-format or delete data on the disk, the master boot sector, or the on-board technology that controls the disk, regardless of computer operating system or access permissions.

In short, if using WORMdisks, this attack will not work and cannot effect a company’s important data, launch malware to take control of the PC, delete, modify or impair the master boot record or re-flash the firmware. Additionally, other important files such as log files, access permission and user rights cannot be deleted or modified by hackers.

Secure Cyber Solutions

Secure Private Customer owned and controlled Zero Trust Storage secures data for on-prem or hosted systems, and in private or hybrid AWS, Azure, Google and other cloud providers. Eliminates expensive data download costs. Implements simple browser-based web access with encryption/decryption protection from any device anywhere for financial transactions, video, digital evidence, permanent records, industrial control systems, voting machines and other secure data. Solves chain-of-custody issues. Provides the ability to deliver ORIGINAL DIGITAL DATA when needed for records retention or digital evidence in court.

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