Consider the case where a computer has 2 drives: one for a Windows OS and one for a Linux OS. The user then uses full drive encryption, BitLocker, on the Windows drive.
It can be assumed that Linux cannot read data from the encrypted drive in normal operation (barring bootkits or other exploits). But my question is about writing to the drive. Can Linux mount a BitLockered drive for writing? Will writing to an encrypted drive corrupt the entire drive?
My assumption is that one cannot write to the drive because the file system table is encrypted, but I can find no documentation or discussion about this anywhere.
I know that there is the unencrypted partition that is part of the BitLocker process, but I am not referencing that partition.