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Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk Jun 25 2004 09:48AM
Matt Johnston (matt ucc asn au) (1 replies)
Re: Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk Jul 12 2004 09:05AM
Adi Kriegisch (adi cg tuwien ac at) (2 replies)
Re: Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk Jul 16 2004 11:55AM
Ray Slakinski (ray slakinski gmail com)
Re: Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk Jul 15 2004 08:01PM
Theo Van Dinter (felicity kluge net) (1 replies)
On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 11:05:45AM +0200, Adi Kriegisch wrote:
> So if you loose your powerbook someone might boot it in "target disk mode" and
> will be able to get your password!

FWIW: You can enable the security features of OpenFirmware on modern Apple
hardware, such that things like "boot from CD", "target disk mode", etc,
are all disabled.

It adds at least another barrier for people to have to get around to
get your data. More information is available via a Google search,
but the following URL is a pretty good reference:

http://www.mactipsandtricks.com/tips/display.lasso?mactip=118

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Re: Mac OS X stores login/Keychain/FileVault passwords on disk Jul 23 2004 08:08AM
Adi Kriegisch (adi cg tuwien ac at)


 

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