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Virtual disk encryption

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Virtual disk encryption is the process of encrypting a file called a container, which can hold many files and folders, and permitting access to the data within the container only after proper authentication is provided, at which point the container is typically mounted as a virtual disk. Virtual disk encryption is used on all types of end user device storage.

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