Provided by: dislocker_0.7.1-3build3_amd64 bug


       dislocker-bek - Reads .BEK files and prints information about them


       dislocker-bek [-f file.bek]


       Dislocker  has  been designed to read BitLocker encrypted partitions under a Linux system.
       The driver used to read volumes encrypted in Windows system versions of the  Vista  to  10
       and BitLocker-To-Go encrypted partitions,that's USB/FAT32 partitions.

       BEK  file  is  a  BitLocker  Encryption  Key.  BitLocker  Drive  Encryption is a full disk
       encryption feature included with the Microsoft's Windows  versions  Vista  to  10.  It  is
       designed to protect data by providing encryption for entire volumes.

       The  software  works  with driver composed of a library, with multiple binaries using this
       library. Decrypting the partition, you have to give it a mount point where, once keys  are
       decrypted, a file named dislocker-file appears.  This file is a virtual NTFS partition, so
       you can mount it as any NTFS partition and then read from or write to it. Writing  to  the
       NTFS virtual file will change the underlying BitLocker partition content.

       This tool is useful in cryptography managing and forensics investigations.


       -h     print all options to help

       -f     read information about a .bek file


       The  DISLOCKER  was  written  by Romain Coltel <> and Hervé Schauer
       Consultants <>

       This manual page was written by Giovani  Augusto  Ferreira  <>  for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).