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Uh oh! Total logs in High Sierra (10.13) Display common password for APFS encrypted external volumes via Disk Utility.app – mac4n6.com




I tried to recreate this scenario on my current system running 10.13.3 but failed to do so therefore I think this error has been addressed. However, I could recreate it on a 10.13 system (the picture screen above is from a 10.13.1 system.) I have not tried it on a 10.13.2 system since I do not have one easily available. I want to update this blog if somebody can test it for me. UPDATE: Thanks to @ranvel (screen shot) and @applechinfo (video) for testing, it has also been resolved in 10.13.2.

I have not done as much testing as I would have (I am running a course update deadline, after all!), But I would like to get this out immediately, so it can be used for different surveys. I used the following steps to recreate this 10.13 system.

Created a "clean" flash disk formatted "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" using Disk Utility.app. (Quick testing shows that other basic formats will work the same way.) It is the Kingston DataTraveler drive labeled "Untitled" below.


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