On a Mac not using hard drive encryption, how difficult would it be for an attacker with physical access to a machine to break into the keychain? This document answers the question for iOS 10 (the keychain uses AES 128 in Galois/Counter Mode). But I can't find a document for MacOS.
Featured on Meta
- To what extent does asymmetric cryptography secure bitcoin transactions?
- "Je suis petite, moi?", purpose of the "moi"?
- Are there foods that astronauts are explicitly never allowed to eat?
- What makes MOVEQ quicker than a normal MOVE in 68000 assembly?
- Could Europeans in Europe demand protection under UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?
- Differentiability and limits
- Is it possible to target 2 allies with the Warding Bond spell using the Sorcerer's Twinned Spell metamagic option?
- Company looks for long-term employees, but I know I won't be interested in staying long
- How important are the Author's mood and feelings for writing a story?
- How do you name this compound using IUPAC system (including steps)?
- I want light controlled by one switch, not two
- Transistor power dissipation rating
- Linux ext4 restore file and directory access rights after bad backup/restore
- How to get a type of "screech" on guitar
- Why are there few or no black super GMs?
- The most secure way to handle someone forgetting to verify their account?
- What is the function of "mal" in saying "Das nenn ich mal ein X"?
- Why is the Intel 8086 CPU called a 16-bit CPU?
- Making a Dataset that emulates `ls -tlra`?
- I have found a mistake on someone's code published online: what is the protocol?
- Why are flying carpets banned while flying brooms are not?
- Which modern firearm should a time traveler bring to be easily reproducible for a historic civilization?
- Authorship dispute on a paper that came out of a final report of a course?
- Brute-force the switchboard