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Network Attached Secure Disk

NASD (Network Attached Secure Disk) is a prototype next-generation network storage device. Unlike current data servers, NASD provides a simple object interface to storage over the network with cryptographic support, leaving high-level filesystem details to a separate file manager. NASD is intended to provide a flexible basic level of storage functionality and serve as the base of a complex storage system.


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  •  28 Jul 1999 08:47

    Release Notes: Initial public release.


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