Passware claims FileVault 2 can be cracked in under an hour, sells you the software to prove it

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    Lunch hours may never feel safe again. That is, if you have a Mac running Lion / FileVault 2, like leaving your computer around, or have unscrupulous colleagues. Data recovery firm Passware claims its “Forensic” edition software can decrypt files protected by FileVault 2 in just 40 minutes — whether it’s “letmein” or “H4x0rl8t0rK1tt3h” you chose to stand in its way. Using live-memory analysis over firewire, the encryption key can be accessed from FileVault’s partition, gifting the pilferer privy access to keychain files and login data — and therefore pretty much everything else. If you want to try this out for yourself, conveniently, Passware will sell you the software ($995 for a single user license) without so much as a flash of a badge.

    Passware claims FileVault 2 can be cracked in under an hour, sells you the software to prove it originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 02 Feb 2012 13:39:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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