Hi all - My apologies if I'm posting this in the wrong group. Please re-direct me if I am. As I'm sure most of you know, you can't Secure Erase an SSD or Fusion Drive like you would an HDD. I've read the science behind why that's the case, but this seems like a huge security (and reseller) problem for people who intend to sell their old macs and buy new ones in the coming years. If we can't securely erase our drives, how can we expect to sell these computers with peace of mind? With essentially all new Mac's coming with an SSD or Fusion Drive, it seems like we'll all be in the same boat sooner or later. My question is, how are you all selling your SSD or Fusion Drive Macs in a relatively safe manner? I know that it's near impossible to to guarantee 100% data erasure, but I'm curious what others are doing and where they are drawing the line. I'd currently like to sell an iMac with a Fusion Drive. I've read about encrypting your SSD via FileVault and essentially throwing away the key, but i've also read that FileVault can easily be cracked now? Seems there are other ways to wipe the data, but they may greatly reduce the life of the SSD or Fusion Drive - which I don't think is fair if I intend to sell it shortly after. I'm an honest salesman I guess. Thanks in advance.