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Nokia 920 - Bitlocker

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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jaclaz
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Re: Nokia 920 - Bitlocker

Post Posted: Jan 11, 20 10:27

- the_Grinch
The software I have mounts the drive and prompts for a password. Type the code, fails with a box, hit ok, clear the code, enter new code.


And again, depending on the OS that you are running this can be scripted.
Only as an example and on Windows AutoHotKey or AutoIt or aany other means to "SendKeys" would do nicely.

Example #1:
autohotkey.com/board/t...e-cracker/

Example #2:
www.codeproject.com/Ar...-Clicker-C

jaclaz
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DCS1094
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Re: Nokia 920 - Bitlocker

Post Posted: Jan 11, 20 11:25

- JGilmour
The PIN code is also stored in the encrypted userdata partition, so that can't be brute forced either.


You are correct, think I misread the original post. Last time I ran into one, it was encrypted but no passcode set strangely enough! In this case, you've hit a brick wall! Neutral  
 
  

the_Grinch
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Re: Nokia 920 - Bitlocker

Post Posted: Jan 14, 20 19:57

Thanks all! Also noted that the TPM was used so I am SOL since the pin won't matter with out it.  
 

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