I made a new disk image with the following properties - Volume Format - Mac OS Extended (Journaled), Encryption - 256 bit AES Encryption, Single Partition - Apple Partition Map, Image Format - read/write disk image. I set the password as F^@m1t10s^kh Thereafter, I saved two important files in it. After which I deleted the files from the original source folders & emptied the trash. When I tried to open the .dmg image, I can't as the password does not match. Since this happened immediately I can be sure that the password that I remember is 95% correct. There could be a 5% error. How do I crack the password ? The convention used to create the password was - ^ instead of u, @ instead of a, 1 instead of i, & again ^ instead of u. I have a feeling that I might have made a similar replacement for the s, k, or h. I tried all permutations assuming the rest of the digits to be correct, but to no avail. Please help.