macOS 10.13 High Sierra Stores APFS Encrypted Disk Passwords in Plaintext

Uh oh! macOS and iOS forensic analyst, Sarah Edwards, recently┬áreported on a bug in macOS X 10.13 High Sierra that stores passwords to encrypted external APFS volumes in plaintext. These passwords are stored in system log files and can easily be retrieved with a simple terminal command. Apple always publishes security notes after system updates … Continue reading macOS 10.13 High Sierra Stores APFS Encrypted Disk Passwords in Plaintext