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Dear Friends, In this article we would like to describe the procedure of password removing for old Seagate drive. We have tested this method for Night Hawk Plus family of Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 series. However, this approach works for other … Continue reading
In this article, we will demonstrate using Data Extractor to identify encryption key location in the Macintosh system encrypted with FileVault. We will also share some tips and techniques for using Data Extractor for maximum effectiveness. For a basic introduction to … Continue reading
The use of strong encryption is becoming more commonplace by the day. Most enterprises know full disk and file-level encryption is a necessity if you have something worth protecting. One of the strengths of PC-3000 Data Extractor is the ability to identify encryption … Continue reading
Hello Friends! All of us can face the situation when we forgot to select the “Decrypt” checkbox in Data Extractor settings: and read the part of data or the whole image encripted via the SATA interface. How to decrypt the … Continue reading
Let’s consider the stuation when we need to recover data from a 2.5 inch WD drive with a USB interface. We have already changed the connection type from USB to SATA (using a compatible SATA PCB or SATA adapter), but when … Continue reading
XOR – is some kind of special operation which allows controller encrypt data with special pattern. So, basically we can call it “soft encryption”, because this XOR can change user data and does not allow us to find any headers in … Continue reading