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    how to decrypt dmg file?


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    that is a very good question chinaet.

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    Still no decrypted .dmg?
    thats almost unbelievable ... was Apple doin' well this time with the passwords?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycintosh View Post
    Still no decrypted .dmg?
    thats almost unbelievable ... was Apple doin' well this time with the passwords?
    The pass key is not going to be brute forced.

    The pass key on 1.0.0 was 28c909fc6d322fa18940f03279d70880e59a4507998347c70d 5b8ca7ef090ecccc15e82d

    On 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 it was 7d5962d0b582ec2557c2cade50de90f4353a1c1de07b742125 13fef9cc71fb890574bfe5

    Those are too long to be brute forced in any reasonable time. The keys above were found because they were exposed as simple strings in the "asr" recovery-mode executables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleNerd View Post
    The pass key is not going to be brute forced.

    The pass key on 1.0.0 was 28c909fc6d322fa18940f03279d70880e59a4507998347c70d 5b8ca7ef090ecccc15e82d

    On 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 it was 7d5962d0b582ec2557c2cade50de90f4353a1c1de07b742125 13fef9cc71fb890574bfe5

    Those are too long to be brute forced in any reasonable time. The keys above were found because they were exposed as simple strings in the "asr" recovery-mode executables.
    So Apple fixed that Hole for the iPod touch ... dammit


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    and no such string in itouch asr

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    i dont know this can be of any help but i could offer computing power. i could spare 7 of my 8 xeon 3Ghz cores
    seriously, if computing power is needed, i could help out.

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    thanks for this! there is a newer one out there, can't seem to find it wih phobos.apple etc...let the decryption begin!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by niknyce View Post
    thanks for this! there is a newer one out there, can't seem to find it wih phobos.apple etc...let the decryption begin!!
    the question os how to proceed? Bruteforce? Even so, this would take a considerable amount of time. What other possibilities are there?

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    i would really like to know what i can do to help.


 

 
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