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Trust Me, there is no tool to decrypt the encrypted hard disk. there is no way to recover this


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You need to have, installed on your iPhone, the public key of the person you intend to send an encrypted message to. Mail.app on OS X imports the certificates of people who send you mail, automatically. On iOS, you have to do it manually, unless your iPhone is part of a corporate deployment. It's easy! Simply find an email the recipient has sent to you, ...


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I am not sure I understand your question fully (please rewrite/clarify it) but if you have VNC on a certain machine A and want to prevent B and C to connect to A without using an ssh tunnel, just block the VNC port (typically 5900) in A's firewall (and open port 22 for ssh).


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Have a look at libfvde. It doesn't explicitly say it supports Mavericks, but might be worth a try.


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If you make your Recovery partition as Hidden partition, then the Time Machine wont touch it since it does not see it as available disk space.


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Two things you can try are key chain first aid and keychain reset, altough these in-house solutions hardly ever fixed anyhting for me. This is based on the fact that when some apps keep asking for passwords stored in the keychain, it's sometimes related to a corrupt keychain DB (Address Book's empty DB comes already corrupt on every new Mac - sarcasm).


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I like the answers given so far. People do crack videos - as Ruslan above notes. It's really really easy. Same for YouTube videos. Essentially, anything that shows on a computer screen can be captured. (Grab is built into OS/X; Videobox for example, downloads from YouTube sites - whether they are flash-based, HTML5 or QT). I don't know if that capability ...


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For what is worth, this is more of a opinion (experience) then a clear answer to your specific question. It has become a "sport" to some to crack anything password protected. So no matter what you use it will be cracked if the content is of high interest. The best protection I found is to use your Ownership information embedded in the video it self. ...



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