When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?

When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?

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New Porcupins asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if encryption standards like AES really make your data secure. There's no such thing as perfect security. Someone with sufficient time and money, and a strong enough motive, can crack anything. So the real question becomes: Is your encryption secure enough....
When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?
                             

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