| HARD DRIVE DECRYPTION METHOD
SECUREDOC is a widely used encryption program, recognized by most schools and State & Federal Government agencies.
To recover a hard drive that has been encrypted with SecureDoc, the best method is as follows:
Make a sector copy image of the target drive on a larger faster work drive.
Create a bootable thumb drive.
Attach the freshly created sector copy image to your work machine.
Attach a large clean - non bootable NTFS formatted drive to your work machine.
Boot to USB and run the program.
Enter the SecureDoc password and unlock the sector copy image drive.
It will appear as un-encrypted in the supplied file explorer.
Now open a command window and DOS navigate to the mounted un-encrypted drive root.
XCOPY the entire drive to your clean NTFS drive.
SYNTAX: XCOPY *.* [STORAGE DRIVE LETTER:] /e /y /r
This will copy all files and folders without prompt.
If your client uses TrueCrypt, use this version:
NOTE: TrueCrypt was discontinued after MS quit supporting XP in 2014.