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 is no problem for WipeDrive. 

Locked drives:

If a drive is locked due to a hardware lock this will cause issues in most cases. 

The lock will be in the BIOS in most cases. This will mean you need a password to unlock the drive. 


WipeDrive is able to clear TPM chips. 

If you need more information, please contact us via one of below options. 


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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.