[dm-crypt] Header corrupted?

Sven Eschenberg sven at whgl.uni-frankfurt.de
Fri Jan 15 12:32:48 CET 2016


Hi there,

Please resend the dumps in ASCII as Arno suggested.

Meanwhile: It seems the disk has no partition and starts with a 
LUKS-Header right away. While the LUKS-Header itself seems to be 
consistent (at first glance) the keyslot itself could of course be damaged.

Regards

-Sven

Am 14.01.2016 um 11:02 schrieb sumaya1960 at gmx.de:
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>   Hi everybody,
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> I am a bit lost now. I tried (why so ever) to connect my (ext4)
> encrypted disk to a Windows 10 System - (what a big stupid idea - I know
> - very very stupid)....
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> Now I can not access my encrypted disk anymore and wonder if the Header
> is damaged? My pass-phrase is absolute correct, but not accepted with
> luksOpen!
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> luksDump gives
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> blkid shows
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> What happened to my external disk? I am running Cent OS7...
> For any help I would be so thankful!!! Really very very thankful!!!
> Thanks a lot!
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> Kind regards,
> Sumaya
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