Crack Encrypted iOS backups with Hashcat. AVAIRY Forensic Solutions show how to crack encrypted iOS backups using hashcat 3.5. Keep in mind that in order to crack these encrypted backups you will need access to the Manifest.plist from the target backup.
Most backups can be found on a PC or Mac at these locations:
Macintosh HD/Users/~user~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/
Link for the Perl Script used to pull the needed data;
Hashcat can be found here;
A list of the Hashcat commands (ie modes, attacks, algorithms, etc) can be found here;
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