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Yes - if you ask if Mac HD was safe. The Bootcamp partition, however, is not. Any attacker could easily gain access to your Windows system or any other unencrypted partition on your drive. Make sure not to store sensitive information there (e.g. WiFi password, etc.). But normally the bootcamp partition does not contain information compromising the security ...


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Same problem here. I have Macbook Pro, 15 inch, 2009 model. Was on Maverick, upgraded carefully (prepped and cleaned). Upgrade went fine, was able to use it a day, then no boot. I had installed an OWC SSD inside, put in a couple of years ago, and trim enabled. On trying to start, gray screen, no icon. Here is what I tried (along with help from Apple): ...


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It is a possible back door since not complete disk is encrypted. The second issue with FileVault 2 is that it only encrypts the startup drive. If you have additional drives or partitions, including a Windows partition created with Boot Camp, they will remain unencrypted. For these reasons, FileVault 2 may not meet the stringent security ...


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looking at your diskutil list output, your disk0s2 partition type is not correct; it should be Apple_CoreStorage, but has remained Apple_HFS (probably due to the interruption of the conversion process). If you are able to access the data on your internal disk, I would recommend backing up your data first. erasing your internal disk and doing a clean ...


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It is supposed to be automatic, however I have encountered this during the Yosemite upgrade. I'll explain how I fixed it. For the sake of discussion, I'll use AUserName to refer to the user whose password is out of synch. Generally speaking it's quite simple. Remove AUserName from the list of users that can unlock this disk, then add them back. ...


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If the Mac in question is running OS X 10.8.x or later, you can remove users from the list of FileVault enabled accounts using the fdesetup remove command. To remove the account using the username, run the following command: sudo fdesetup remove -user username Successful removal of the account will not produce any additional output. If the account ...



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