WipeDrive can handle encrypted drives. However there might be a limitation. Locked drives will give issues in most cases. 


No problem: 

Software level encryption 



Possible issue:

Hardware encrypted drives & locked drives



Linux Drive Encryption: 

The default encryption used when setting up a Linux OS is no problem at all. The encryption is done on software level. 



BitLocker:

BitLocker is no problem for WipeDrive. 



Locked drives:

If a drive is locked due to a hardware lock this will cause issues in most cases, as the unlocking popup will appear before the machine boots, hence booting into WipeDrive is not possible. This will mean you need a password to unlock the drive and continue booting.



TPM:

WipeDrive is able to clear TPM chips.



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Our official support hours are 8:00 am to 16:30 pm, after those hours emailing us or submitting a ticket would be the best option.