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posted on April 26th 2016, at 16:56
by lunarg
If you have an encrypted DMG on Mac and you need to access the contents on a Windows machine, you can use HFSExplorer!

Similar to Microsoft's Bitlocker, you can also encrypt entire drives/partitions with a high-grade security algorithm. And just like Bitlocker can encrypt virtual harddisks (VHD), Mac can encrypt volumes stored in a DMG. Out of the box, the two technologies are not at all compatible. But there are some third-party tools out there which allow you to access encrypted DMGs from Windows.

HFSExplorer is an open-source utility on Windows which can open any type of DMG and also supports opening encrypted DMGs. To install the software, you will need to have 32-bit Java installed (d  ...
 
 
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