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    So I was looking at my hard drive and comparing a part of it to an rfid sensor which can basically store data with no battery and get collected through the air.(basically an sd card that you can read through the air with no battery) and the part on the hard drive looks exactly like the rfid sensor and has the same amount of pins so I think these drives can get raided through the air so what I would do is check your drives and add a piece of tape over the connectors and than wrap your drive in aluminum foil or something. The hard drive is from western digital and its called scorpio
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    8 Jul 2009 at 11:48 Freecom has launched an external HDD that will only grant you access to its data if you’re the bearer of the keycard. Admission to the Hard Drive Secure is controlled by an RFID card which you swipe once over the HDD to lock it and again to unlock it. Entry is granted “within seconds”, Freecom claimed, and the drive comes with two RFID cards – in case you lose the first or want to grant a chum access to your disk.


    maybe it's that kind of stuff?
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    Its that tech yeah. And guess what now that hard drive all of a sudden got nearly fully wiped. Theres only some folders and stuff left. Lol the tin foil hat joke was funny but theres reason to be paranoid if you plan on hosting
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    Ok never mind i think it was the magnet i had over the drive that wiped it lol but i still have to check if rfid can read it
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    RFID protocols exchange TAGs whose sizes are measured in KB rather than MB or GB, so you won't be reading the drive itself with RFID. The most likely use cases for RFID in a HD would be a passive store for access control information or an active RFID broadcast for asset control/tracking.
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    Maybe it can just keep buffering the kb. Rfid can be funny lol I had a vehicle that had an rfid sticker on the window shield pointing up and the rfid sensor had a very tiny camera and its purpose was to troll the high way tolls that use rfid data and cameras to allow you to pass and what the sensor would do is pulse your rfid chip and send back a picture of the toll camera or the sky if it missed I think the chip was hand made or something

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