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Are Secure Digital (SD) cards really that secure?

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"For example, are Secure Digital (SD) cards really that secure? I don't see how a postage stamp-sized piece of plastic could be. "

"And I have no idea whether or not the data on an SD card is actually secure. After all, it's not like you need a password to use one"

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