Just yesterday I created a disk image from a folder. I chose to create an encrypted image (which means I need a password to mount it). Right after creating the image, I deleted the source folder, since I wanted all the data to be secure. But now I can't remember the password! STUPID, STUPID ME! Is there any way to crack the AES-128 encryption of Apple's own disk images (the ones with the *.dmg-extension)? Not that I need the files inside the specific disk image right now, but I wouldn't like them to be lost forever. Thanks in advance, anyone! GOD, I FEEL SO STUPID!