I have a couple of hard drives from my old Windows PC setup which are encrypted with BitLocker. One is 160GB and the other is 320GB. Since switching to using a Mac, they have sat for the past 5 or more years gathering dust. Before I dispose of the drives, I wanted to check what was on them and of course you can guess that I have no idea of the password.
I have Googled around for the various software packages to recover the passwords from a hibernation file or directly from the memory, but none of these are possible in my situation.
My question is, would it be possible given I have a VHD image of the smaller drive, to use a Raspberry Pi 3 (or a cluster, as I have 5 or 6 at my disposal) to brute-force the password?
The drives are my own personal property. I know for certain that both drives use the same password and I have a rough idea of the minimum and maximum length the password would be, and possibly a "known" set of characters that I may have used - if any of this can help reduce the brute-force attempts.