Provided by: dislocker_0.7.3-2.1ubuntu1_amd64
Dislocker-find - Find BitLocker-encrypted volumes.
dislocker-find [-h] [files...]
The program try to find BitLocker-encrypted volumes or check that provided files are BitLocker-encrypted. It will print every file it find to be BitLocker-encrypted, one per line. Each file/line can be passed to the dislocker suite to be decrypted (`-V' option).
Program's options are described below: -h print the help and exit files check for BitLocker-encrypted partitions among these files instead of trying to find them alone
-1 means an error occurred, other numbers are the number of BitLocker-encrypted volumes found. For example, 0 means no volume has been found, 42 means 42 volumes have been found.
No volume is found automatically, the program returns 0 volume found (the last line comes from the echo): # dislocker-find.rb ; echo $? No BitLocker volume found. 0 Two volumes are found, the program returns this number (the last line comes from the echo): # dislocker-find.rb ; echo $? /dev/sda3 /dev/sda7 2
This tool is developed by Romain Coltel on behalf of HSC (http://www.hsc.fr/) Feel free to send bugs report to <dislocker __AT__ hsc __DOT__ fr>