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pekosro
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Detech Standalone -where ?

Hi,

I got a disk from a laptop. The laptop is defect. The disk is encrypted with end point encryption 6.1.
We are not using Mcafee software, so where can I find DETECH Standalone to access the data on the device ?

I have an account at McAfee, but can not find anything.

 

Thanks, Peer

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Re: Detech Standalone -where ?

You can use these free tools which build on DETech to access the encrypted data. 

 

https://www.mcafee.com/enterprise/en-us/downloads/free-tools.html

 

 

pekosro
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Re: Detech Standalone -where ?

Thanks - I found it.

So I can boot from the ISO file and look at state of the device.

But there is no way to get access to the files or decryped the device. I have the code of the day,

but decrypt can not be choosen.

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