Could not find any statements that security flaw discovered in earlier versions of Samsung SSDs was corrected in newer versions (EVO 860, 960, 970 or MZVLB etc.).
Did anyone met information confirming that this flaw was considered in newer models?
or that other models were tested by Samsung and they are not affected by such weakness and cann't be hacked by reverse engineering?
Or it's still better to consider software encryption?
Radboud University researchers discover security flaws in widely used data storage devices
The models for which vulnerabilities have actually been demonstrated in practice are:
Crucial (Micron) MX100, MX200 and MX300 internal hard disks;
Samsung T3 and T5 USB external disks;
Samsung 840 EVO and 850 EVO internal hard disks.
Self-encrypting deception: weaknesses in the encryption of solid state drives (SSDs)
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As of today the Samsung consumer notice is still saying there is no fix for internal drives. See
I would assume then that there is no simple firmware update to fix this issue?