Didier Stevens

Sunday 27 September 2020

Quickpost: Ext2explore

Filed under: Quickpost — Didier Stevens @ 17:17

I was looking for a solution to read my Wifi Pineapple’s recon.db file from the SD card (ext2 formatted) on my Windows 10 machine.

The solution I went with is Ext2explore, a tool that can access ext2 volumes.

 

You have to run it as administrator, otherwise the tool will not be able to get raw access to the ext2 volume:

 

When you run the tool as administrator, you see your volumes. Mine is an SD card:

I can then explore the content and save file recon.db to a folder on my Windows 10 machine:


Quickpost info


2 Comments »

  1. There is another way to do it : Access Linux filesystems in Windows and WSL 2 – https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/access-linux-filesystems-in-windows-and-wsl-2/

    Comment by Deadier — Thursday 1 October 2020 @ 8:02

  2. Ah, thanks, I wondered if there was a solution with WSL for this.

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Thursday 1 October 2020 @ 16:38


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