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Multiple encrypted containers of the same information, is it a risk for forcing decry

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by imagenesis, May 4, 2010.

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    imagenesis Thread Starter

    Jul 29, 2008
    Does having multiple encrypted contrainers of the same data present an oppurtunity to analyze the external containers and get access to the contents?

    For example, I have an encrypted flash drive, a 7 gb encrypted container on an external harddrive and a 100gb container on my main hard drive. There are a few folders with a lot of small files that are the same in all three containers. Would this enable a state of the art attacker to gain access to any of the containers?
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