How To Reset Mac OS X Lion Passwords Without Using A Recovery Disk Or Partition. Some Mac users might forget their administrator passwords, therefore they can't really upgrade, update, install, and administrate their Mac. These users might also forget where they had stored their recovery disk or their Lion recovery partition was corrupted, and so they can't really use either options to help them recover their Mac password. Luckily, Mac has a way for you to not even need a recovery disk, but yet Mac users can just reset their admin password. Using the same method, Mac users can also reset any other user password the same way.
This method is so powerful that it allows just about anyone who has physical access to your Mac to actually reset your Mac admin password at their leisure... in doing so they can just become administrator and do whatever they want to your Mac system. Of course, when you try to log in as an admin, you will not be able to since they had reset your admin password -- it might be a sign that this method had been used to hack your system but you might also not be able to remember the password correctly. Anyhow, you can use FileVault 2 to actually stop anyone who has physical access to your system to actually use this method to become root. Furthermore, if your Mac system is having FileVault 2 activated, you do actually need to know and remember your FileVault 2 password/passphrase before you can actually follow this video to reset your admin password on your Mac OK?
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