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Here is a link for removing ransomware on a Mac. it's pretty easy: http://www.thesafemac.com/fbi-ransomware-virus-rampant/ From the post: There have been many reports among Mac users recently of being “infected” with an FBI ransomware “virus,” telling them that their computer has been seized and that they have to pay money to get it unlocked. ...


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You can also copy the folder from Finder from /Volumes/<Time Machine volume name>/Backups.backupdb/<Mac name>/. If your backup is on a network volume like a Time Capsule, open the sparse bundle file like /Volumes/Data/Your Mac.sparsebundle/ first. You can also run a command like cp -a /Volumes/Time\ Machine/Backups.backupdb/Your\ ...


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Basically, all the files like xml, db and such help different softwares like iPhoto, iMovies etc gain information about your photos. Excerpted from Fat Cat Software: iPhoto Library Internals help page: AlbumData.xml This file is written out by iPhoto as a way for other applications (such as iMovie and iDVD) to be able to easily access the ...



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