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If you're using a Mac, it may be saved in Keychain. Per Apple's support article: Open iTunes Preferences and select the Devices tab. Note the time of the device’s backup. Right-click the desired backup and choose "Show in Finder". Finder should now be open, showing the backup selected. Click the Edit menu and choose Copy. Open Keychain Access from ...


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If you have a password encrypted backup you can't restore it without the password. If you could it would be no use of encrypting the backup.


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You could use a product like SSHFS that uses MacFUSE, which would mount a directory on the remote SSH server as a filesystem, and all transactions over the wire would be encrypted. You can also use a utility like EncFS which is a file-based loopback encryption layer on top of an existing volume or filesystem like AFP. I would agree with the above poster -- ...


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You could see about getting a quote from a data recovery team to attempt to reverse engineer your situation. Since you are fairly certain that the key is 12 characters long, that significantly reduces the number of passphrase that must be attempted to unlock the volume. Also, paying a professional to do this means you are only renting the equipment and/or ...


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The average 12 character password will take 6 billion years to brute-force at 100,000 passwords per second. WolframAlpha "password of 12 characters" Allowing special characters brings this to around 150 billion years. WolframAlpha "password of 12 characters" with password rules For more information, see Security.SE: How long would it take to brute ...


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Open Terminal and enter sudo nano /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist and enter your admin password. Change the two strings "10.10" to "10.9". Leave the minor version number (e.g. 0, 1, 2...) like it is. Hit ctrlO and Enter to write the file to disk. Hit ctrlX to quit nano Leave open the Terminal window. Install TrueCrypt 7.1a after the ...


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Open the mpkg package contents, then open the Contents folder. Open distribution.dist with a text editor. Remove lines 13 to 18. Save the file and open the mpkg normally.


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You can use a sparse bundle which will expand when the contents increases in size. Enable advanced image options in Disk Utility. defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility advanced-image-options 1 Open Disk Utility and select File → New → Disk Image from Folder… or press ⌘N. Select the folder that you want to encrypt and press Image. Choose sparsebundle as ...


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Google APP email uses Google designed Encryption. To set it up you need to use the Google Apps Message Encryption Quick Start Guide. For the Attachment settings see the Google instructions Attachment compliance setting Basically what it means is you have to tell Google APP how to handle the attachments. To configure Attachment compliance settings for ...


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In addition to the destroyfvkeyonstandby option, you also need to specify that pmset is setting hibernatemode 25 for the power management options. sudo pmset -a destroyfvkeyonstandby 1 hibernatemode 25 Setting both options ensures that the Mac in question will hibernate (where the contents of the RAM are written to disk) and also have the FileVault 2 key ...



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