Get-KeyProtectorFromShieldingDataFile

Gets the Key Protector from a Shielding Data File.

Syntax

Get-KeyProtectorFromShieldingDataFile
   [-ShieldingDataFilePath] <String>
   [<CommonParameters>]

Description

The Get-KeyProtectorFromShieldingDataFile cmdlet gets the Key Protector from a Shielding Data File.

Examples

Example 1: Extract the raw byte form of the Key Protector from the shielding data file

PS C:\>Get-KeyProtectorFromShieldingDataFile -ShieldingDataFilePath "C:\temp\shieldingdata.pdk"
0 0 36 52 [...]

This command extracts the raw byte form of the key protector from the shielding data file located at C:\temp\shieldingdata.pdk

Example 2: Extract the raw key protector from the shielding data and convert it to an HGS Key Protector object

PS C:\>$KP = Get-KeyProtectorFromShieldingDataFile -ShieldingDataFilePath 'C:\temp\shieldingdata.pdk'
PS C:\> ConvertTo-HgsKeyProtector -Bytes $KP

The first command extracts the raw key protector from the shielding data file located at C:\temp\shieldingdata.pdk and stores the result in the variable named $KP.

The second command converts raw key protector stored in the $KB variable to an HGS Key Protector object for further inspection.

Required Parameters

-ShieldingDataFilePath

Specifies the location of a Shielding Data File (.pdk).

Type:String
Position:1
Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False

Outputs

This cmdlet returns a Byte[] array that represents the raw key protector structure.