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EFSDump is an open-source, cross-platform freeware that can be downloaded for free from its official website. It works on Windows operating systems only, but also for macOS and Linux. The tool is designed in Visual C++ and compiles under both Windows and macOS, while the compiled files can be copied from one machine to another. The tool can be launched by double-clicking its executable file or by typing the tool's command line into the Windows command line as a command-line argument. The tool also has an option to run it in the background. The executable file is set as the System Administrators or as the Users group. Note: EFSDump supports EFS encryption version 1.1, which means that it will not work with the newer versions of Windows that use EFS encryption version 2.0 or later. The tool only supports single-disk encryption and does not support full disk encryption. It does not support unencrypted backups as it does not provide the necessary API calls for them. The tool is shipped with a small sample of files and supports EFS encryption version 1.1. The tool can display files and folders from encrypted volumes as well as supports copying them to an external storage such as a USB drive or a cloud storage. The tool is not a file viewer or editor, but merely a read-only view of the accounts that are authorized to access the file. As with any third-party software, EFSDump supports both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. As it is open-source, the tool does not support the activation of any kind of anti-malware program. EFSDump does not provide updates or support any other version of EFS encryption. It comes with a 30-day trial period and can be uninstalled from Windows after using it for 30 days. The tool can be downloaded from its official website and it also comes with a portable version that can be run from a USB drive. EFSDump Disclaimer: EFSDump is a freeware program that is distributed under the GPL license. The author of EFSDump disclaims any responsibility for any misuse or any losses that might be caused from it. The tool can be used for non-commercial purposes only. This is a post to remind you that we had to switch the hostname due to a domain renewal. The new hostname is blog.quilibrium.net. The old one will redirect to this site. Everything else on the site,




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