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Encase and encryption

1) A couple of questions, is there any master list of what full disc encryption products the latest version of encase forensics "supports"?

2) What is the defintion in laymans management speak of support, i.e. if our security team get a PC in and find the drive is encrypted, how does the encase support kick in. For example if you just image that drive (never done this but seen one guy do it, it seems they attach it to a write blocker, file > add device > local device) and pick the neccesary drive, and then "acquire". But arent you just imaging then a drive of encrypted non human readable data, how does the encase support "decrypt" that drive so the image you acquire can be analyzed?
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SirtenKen

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks. So if you buy encase forensic off the shelf does it come with the decryption modules or is that an add on you have to pay for on top of....
SirtenKen

The latest version 7 comes with EDS and other modules included:
http://www.guidancesoftware.com/forensic.htm#tab=2
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