Create/Access/Mount Bitlocker encrypted drive in Linux - M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux

Bitlocker To Go for Linux: M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux, a command line tool which can create, mount, access, read, write Bitlocker encrypted drive under Linux/Ubuntu and allows to export data from Bitlocker encrypted drive to your Linux/Ubuntu computer's hard drive.
  • Support to read and write Bitlocker encrypted drive in Linux
  • Easily create a new Bitlocker encrypted drive in Linux
  • Compatible with the most popular Linux Operating Systems
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Bitlocker Linux - M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux

M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux

How to access BitLocker encrypted drive in Linux? How to mount Bitlocker encrypted volume under Linux? How to read Bitlocker encrypted volume under Linux? How to open a Windows 7 Bitlocker drive from Ubuntu? How to decrypt Microsoft's BitLocker encrypted volumes from Linux? With the help of M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux, you can easily do it by yourself.

M3 Bitlocker Loader for Linux supports the drive encrypted with Bitlocker by Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and with NTFS, FAT32, exFAT file systems.

Requirements

Supported Storage Devices

External hard drive, hard drive, USB drive, flash drive, SD card, CF card, MicroSD card, memory card, CF card, SanDisk card, memory stick, USB stick, thumb drive and other storage device.

System Requirements

Supported OS: Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, openSUSE, RedHat.
Supported file systems: NTFS, FAT16/32 and exFAT.
CPU: 1GHz. Disk space: at least 32 MB of free space

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