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Blancco Drive Eraser can successfully boot on those T2 machines, but the NVMe cannot be seen, the NVMe is in fact detected on the kernel level but it is not possible to bind it, most likely because the T2 chip does not allow it. Further investigation indicates that, in order to bind the NVMe and communicate with it, a Linux driver supporting the Apple T2 NVMe SSD controller is required: such driver has not been developed yet.

As Blancco continues to work to find alternative way to erase these machines, it is also recommended that our customers engage Apple directly to report such issue if impacting production environments. If you are experiencing this issue, please submit a new support ticket with the details of the affected machines and issue reports from the machines, and we will continue to collect all customer reports.