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Encrypted Disk Detector 1.1.0

Now check mounted logical volumes and attempts to determine


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  • Last Updated: Dec 28, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Encrypted Disk Detector is a Security software developed by JADsoftware. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Encrypted Disk Detector:

Now check mounted logical volumes and attempts to determine if they are encrypted TrueCrypt or PGP volumes. A 100% determination can not be made but an alert is provided to the user who can then further INVESTigate.
EDD is now included as part of Microsoft COFEE!
What it does
Encrypted Disk Detector (EDD) is a command-line tool that checks the local physical drives on a system for TrueCrypt, PGP®, or Bitlocker® encrypted volumes. If no disk encryption signatures are found in the MBR, EDD also displays the OEM ID and, where applicable, the Volume Label for partitions on that drive, checking for Bitlocker® volumes.

What it does not do
EDD does not Attempt to locate encrypted volumes that are not mounted; its purpose is to alert the user of Currently accessible drives/volumes that may be encrypted and therefore may be inaccessible if the system was Shut Down.

Put in other words, EDD does not scan drives for files that might be encrypted containers. If this is what you’re looking for, there are other software packages available elsewhere that attempt to do this.

Why use it?
EDD is useful during incident response to quickly and non-intrusively check for encrypted volumes on a computer system. The decision can then be made to investigate further and determine whether a live acquisition needs to be made in order to secure and preserve the evidence that would otherwise be lost if the plug was pulled.

Currently only TrueCrypt, PGP®, and Bitlocker® encrypted volumes are detected by EDD. Detection of more encryption products will be added to later versions.
Not so much a limitation of EDD but worth mentioning: when run in Windows Vista, depending on how the OS is configured, you may need to use the “Run as Administrator” option to successfully run EDD
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