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AWS EBS encrypts your volume with a data key using the industry-standard AES-256 algorithm.

Your data key is stored on disk with your encrypted data, but not before EBS encrypts it with your KMS key. Your data key never appears on disk in plaintext. The same data key is shared by snapshots of the volume and any subsequent volumes created from those snapshots if the volumes are encrypted using the same KMS key as the snapshot.

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