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Does anyone know of a tool that will supports encrypted .dmg (OSX disk image) files under Windows?

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first result in google and it's closed. over zealous admins much? – w00t Dec 4 '15 at 10:51

Try using HFSExplorer. I know it can open dmg files, although it's best feature is allowing you to read HFS+ partitions.

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DMGExtractor can read encrypted files, according to the developers

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IsoBuster can handle DMG image files

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not sure about encrypted DMG though... – deddebme Sep 16 '09 at 20:58


Open the dmg and then double-click on the 5.hfsx file.

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