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I don't believe there is such a thing.. but thought I'd ask. It would be useful to have a hard drive enclosure that could accept a password (perhaps by way of a keypad), and pass the password along to the drive for unlocking. This would enable an OPAL SED drive to appear as an ordinary drive to the machine that mounts it.

There are some SED enclosures out there - some are even OPAL compliant.. but they appear to be implementing their own encryption on non-SED drives.

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