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I've had much success with Mac's inbuilt Keychain Access. http://www.macworld.com/article/2013756/how-to-manage-passwords-with-keychain-access.html
Log in into the Mac as administrator. Backup the Mac with Time Machine (optional but recommended) Launch System Preferences selecting System Preferences from the Apple menu. Click the Security & Privacy preference pane. Click the FileVault tab. Unlock the pane clicking on the padlock (administrator password required) Disable FileVault and wait (…about ...
I've solved this way... https://beshoy.girgis.us/2013/11/solved-error-disk-utility-cant-repair-disk-backup-many-files-possible/ Tried multiple times to repair the disk...
The volume of the disk is damaged and you should repair the disk.
I found this in my own search.. hope it helps. http://crucialsecurityblog.harris.com/2011/03/30/4/ "Crack and Image a FileVault Sparsebundle"
I've figured it out! Though still appears that converting a dmg file to an encrypted one using Disk Utility is still broken as of OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), I've figured out a way to do it via terminal using this: hdiutil convert /PATH/TO/FILE -format UDZO -encryption AES-256 -o /OUTPUT/FILE This converts a dmg using AES-256 encryption and uses zlib ...
It depends on two things. 1) Is the drive encrypted by design? i.e Kingston SSDNow Drives. (hardware encryption) 2) Was "filevault" turned on? If not, then backups aren't encrypted at all.
they can definitely access it (unless you used encrypted files or some non-standard protection).
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