There was quite a lot of talk two years ago about vulnerabilities discovered in hardware encryption on SSDs that allowed attackers to bypass the encryption and get to the data on them. I can find very little recent discussion on this, except that a year ago Windows BitLocker started disabling hardware encryption by default. The research identified only a few specific models of SSDs. I am wondering if this has been fixed on newer models, but I can find very little discussion of this. Is there a list of specific models that are subject to this risk, or a way to test for it? My SSD is a Samsung 960 PRO, which is not on the list of those that are vulnerable, but other older Samsung drives are. What is the current security status of SSD encryption?