Clone an SSD drive.

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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-12-27 16:41

p.H wrote:
hack3rcon wrote:I did it already and not worked.

What did cmp show ?

I used "OSForensics" and its Verify / Create hash function and result is:
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Original:

Partition 0:
Size: 1.10 GB

SHA-1: 9c1c0c22b2d4eada6ee3044d8903cbece0e88fc4
MD5: e8a7840f01a0839d96f31646171a832b


Partition 1:
Size: 6.58 GB

SHA-1: a2128f780c7a0d22ad5dfb7fec7d5bd2e0f75dd8
MD5: e41bd2dc2ebb2aa7b0669f523234e3bf



Partition 2:
Size: 14.09 GB

SHA-1: 69cc89ec6a47ecc053c626afbcdb65b7130819c5
MD5: 716d8113743063a924d34411dd30ef27


Partition 3:
Size: 1.10 GB

SHA-1: 59aaf85e166ab503c0f64e3cf861f847d0c31241
MD5: 4e81c7d248e0f54a267b9253ff3f4182


Partition 4:
Size: 6.59 GB

SHA-1: ac0617096f320a4800c66aca0a88fd96237d546c
MD5: c31d194d32eeae8100ba6b346308af77


Partition 5:
Size: 82.33 GB

SHA-1: c3d0cf989c17cc8fae518ab8729df3d4f9599eb5
MD5: b779439080a8a19c6f38f99883d86d9a

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Cloned:

Partition 0:
Size: 1.10 GB

SHA-1: 9c1c0c22b2d4eada6ee3044d8903cbece0e88fc4
MD5: e8a7840f01a0839d96f31646171a832b


Partition 1:
Size: 6.58 GB

SHA-1: a2128f780c7a0d22ad5dfb7fec7d5bd2e0f75dd8
MD5: e41bd2dc2ebb2aa7b0669f523234e3bf



Partition 2:
Size: 14.09 GB

SHA-1: 69cc89ec6a47ecc053c626afbcdb65b7130819c5
MD5: 716d8113743063a924d34411dd30ef27


Partition 3:
Size: 1.10 GB

SHA-1: 59aaf85e166ab503c0f64e3cf861f847d0c31241
MD5: 4e81c7d248e0f54a267b9253ff3f4182


Partition 4:
Size: 6.59 GB

SHA-1: ac0617096f320a4800c66aca0a88fd96237d546c
MD5: c31d194d32eeae8100ba6b346308af77


Partition 5:
Size: 82.33 GB

SHA-1: c3d0cf989c17cc8fae518ab8729df3d4f9599eb5
MD5: b779439080a8a19c6f38f99883d86d9a
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby p.H » 2020-12-27 17:09

The partition hash sums seem to match, but I'd rather compare the whole drives.
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-12-30 20:44

p.H wrote:The partition hash sums seem to match, but I'd rather compare the whole drives.

Is it different?
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby p.H » 2020-12-31 09:08

Yes : partition hash sums do not take into account the drive areas outside partitions.
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby hack3rcon » 2020-12-31 10:05

p.H wrote:Yes : partition hash sums do not take into account the drive areas outside partitions.

Thus, Partitions maybe same but, whole drive not?
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby p.H » 2020-12-31 11:53

Correct.
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby hack3rcon » 2021-01-03 15:07

p.H wrote:Correct.

Both SSD Drives have a same hash:
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Original:
SHA-1: 04ae3f956e3a88e2776b6fd838130eee45882b50
MD5:   e6a2960a88c0e5b3ace19a4690ae2e70

Cloned:
SHA-1: 04ae3f956e3a88e2776b6fd838130eee45882b50
MD5:   e6a2960a88c0e5b3ace19a4690ae2e70

I used IsoBuster and both drives have same structions:
Original: https://i.postimg.cc/X7LgHd7Z/Original-Drive.png
Cloned: https://i.postimg.cc/7ZPKwXQM/Cloned-Drive.png

Any idea?
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby p.H » 2021-01-03 20:33

No.
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Re: Clone an SSD drive.

Postby hack3rcon » 2021-01-04 05:38

Any lock or...?
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