@pavot @cybeardjm Let's pretend you are not:
Password-protected disk uses a PBKDF to derive a key that is used to recover a master key, that is then used to decrypt disk sectors.
Crypto wallets use a PBKDF to derive a key that is used to decrypt the private key of the wallet.
In both cases, the user can be bashed to get the password that grants access to the disk or the wallet.
Even if the private key is stored in a secure element, you just need to bash the user to get the PIN to unlock the SE.
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