Help me please! This much it is important!

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Pahail, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Pahail macrumors newbie

    Mar 30, 2005
    How are you!
    Help the problem near by me!
    The Problem:
    Two years created the саммонитрующийся image of the disk ShrinkWrap. Has Closed his(its) password().
    Soon, there was it is necessary information in consequence of that archive. The Password, which I have forgotten.
    As I open its archive if I have forgot password?
    Information in archive very important! From she depends the life a child. The Help please!

    We Ask to forgive for bad english please!
  2. tutubibi macrumors 6502a


    Sep 18, 2003
    If I understand you correctly, you have password protected SrinkWrap image file that you can not open now because of the lost password?

    It does not look promising. Taken from ShrinkWrap user doc:

    The “Encryption” pop-up menu indicates what encryption method should be
    used when creating or converting new disk image files. If the file format
    you’ve selected doesn’t support encryption, this pop-up will be disabled. If
    you enable StuffIt’s RSA-compatible 40-bit encryption, ShrinkWrap will
    encrypt new disk image files using a password of your choice or a randomly
    generated password. Encrypted disk image can be compressed or
    uncompressed and mounted as locked or unlocked volumes.

    Caution: Make sure to remember your password! You will
    need it to access the encrypted disk image file. Aladdin has
    no key to assist in decrypting an encrypted file.

    (Page 13,
  3. LeeTom macrumors 68000


    May 31, 2004
    You better start thinking really hard to remember what that password was! You'll need it!

    Lee Tom
  4. Pahail thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mar 30, 2005
    Yes! You rule;govern! But after all 40 bits cipher yields to breaking in simple перебором on modern компьтере! I simply софт can not find which this does. Help if you know where search for.
  5. LeeTom macrumors 68000


    May 31, 2004
    good luck... you're better off remembering your own password!

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