I just had to command r and reset my password because i forgot it, but, as we know that does not reset keychain password. so is there a brute force for mac or maybe the guys down at the shop can do it there?
Baltwo, I don't beleive that is going to work for him. If he forgot his account password, and that most likely is the same as his keychain, then it's most likely he'll be permanently locked out of his keychain (until he can remember the original password).
Otherwise, if it were just that easy, it would be too simple to circumvent the whole point of having the keychain.
No, he booted to his DVD, and then did a password reset ('i'm 95% sure') from the utilities menu.
Because it was outside of System Pref, he's going to be permanently locked out of the keychain unless he can remember again.
Again, if it were not for this, then anyone could force-break into any keychain simply by a terminal command. And if it were that easy, then I'm sure we'd all know it by now, and he probably wouldn't be asking for a method on if it's even possible to brute-force it
Even with a super-computer, I don't think it's going to happen in his life-time.
Will, I think you've missed the point that I and Hackintosh were making:
There's no backdoor into the keychain. Not even apple can crack it.
Start a new one.
Good Will wrote:
But really does no one know of a brute force with scripts? They’re so abundant and easy to use on pc.
One reason why mac's are more secure than Pcs for you there then...