this post describes the en- and decryption of a file with a asymmetric encryption algorithm.
Asymmetric encryption means you encrypt data by a public key and can only decrypt this data with a private key associated with the public key.
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this post describes the en- and decryption of a file with a symmetric encryption algorithm.
Symmetric encryption means encryption and decryption is only possible with the same secret/password.
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if you have the requierment to encrypt strings in Powershell the .NET Framework offers some classes for this case. This is a symmetric encryption. Receiver and Sender uses the same Password/Key to en- and decrypt the message.
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by default Bitlocker could only activated when a TPM chip is physically present.
If you want to use Bitlocker without a TPM module you must change your (local) policy. Open the Group Policy Object Editor (gpedit.msc), navigate to
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