A freeware utility which clones most any hard drive block by block to another device. Possibly crypto agnostic.
An open source hard disk cloning/bare metal backup and restoration system. Bootable CD or USB device. Drop it in, reboot, and duplicate or push hard disk images across the network.
Data forensics software for Windows. Useful for finding lost and hidden data by examining disk sectors directly, not file system extents. Free to download and use. Supports Windows 95 through Windows XP.
An excellent step-by-step article on how to partition and format hard drives larger than 2TB on Linux machines. It involves the use of a GPT partition table instead of a DOS-legacy partition table and the use of GNU Parted. Note that you'll need a fairly recent version of parted (I had to install v3.0.0 on my boxen).
Newer versions of fdisk will do this for you.
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