remove macbook firmware password
Mac padlock icon on boot indicates Mac firmware password is set!

Mac EFI password removal

Easily remove Mac EFI password and enter your system. Without data loss!

An instant solution to remove forgotten Mac EFI firmware password protection and SecureBoot for all Apple Mac computers with a T2 security chip (MacBook Pro and Air, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, Mac Mini). No data loss!
Lost your firmware password? No problem!

Unlock your Mac safely! Promo offer: 59€ (99€)
Minimal OS required: MacOS Catalina 10.15

Tutorial & See it in action

Following video shows how to perform firmware unlocking on MacBook Air 2019 (removing firmware password and SecureBoot).

Get rid of the Mac padlock on startup for good!

Unlock your Mac

Our unique tool allows to you safely unlock your Mac machine. You can remove the Mac padlock screen on startup for good without knowing your original password.

Perfect way for users who can't remember their device's EFI firmware passcode.

Easy process

Mac unlocking process is easy to perform, our tool simply guides you through the entire procedure. We tried to make the Mac unlocking process as simple as possible.

You don't have to know the Mac padlock password in order unlock your Mac.

Keep your data intact

Our tool keeps your data intact during unlocking. All your personal data is preserved.

Our Mission

  • to help people who lost their firmware passwords and lost access to their computers
  • to help law enforcement, organizations, IT researchers involved in forensics research
  • to help reduce electronic waste (e-waste), making your used electronics usable again
  • to save and revive Mac computers past their support period
  • to help fix the Mac padlock screen problem on Mac boot

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

General requirements:
  • target computer (one you want to unlock): Mac ie. MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac etc. (T2 chip) with firmware password enabled (EFI firmware password
  • host computer (required for running unlocker): workable Mac computer (with Intel CPU) which will run our unlocker (which allows to perform the unlocking service)
  • cable (for connecting target and host): USB type C - USB type C which will connect both Apple devices, standard Mac USB-C power cable will work just fine


Where typically "target computer" (locked one) can be any of the following:
  • 2019-2020 16″ MacBook Pro
  • 2018-2019 13″ & 15″ Macbook Pro
  • 2018-2020 MacBook Air
  • 2018 Mac Mini
  • 2020 iMac
  • 2017 iMac Pro
  • 2019 Mac Pro
Our unlocker is based on public jailbreak called checkra1n (checkra.in). Thanks to this jailbreak and our own technology we are able to securely bypass Mac machines with T2 chips. Which allows us to finally remove Mac firmware password while keeping your personal data intact.

Our tool is perfect for IT companies, military personnel, law enforcement, security professionals and simple users who do not know or cannot remember their Mac EFI firmware passcode, it is able to remove the EFI password that protects your Mac from unauthorized startups.

Locked Mac models, typically can be any of the following:
  • 2019-2020 16″ MacBook Pro
  • 2018-2019 13″ & 15″ Macbook Pro
  • 2018-2020 MacBook Air
  • 2018 Mac Mini
  • 2020 iMac
  • 2017 iMac Pro
  • 2019 Mac Pro
A firmware password prevents users who don’t have the password from starting up from any internal or external storage device other than the startup disk you’ve selected. It also blocks the ability to use most startup key combinations. In other words Mac firmware password disallows users from changing Mac configuration unless correct password is provided.

In case you lost your firmware password your only chance to use your Mac and enjoy all system features is by using our Mac EFI unlock service.

  • every os x / macOS system is supported for unlocking process (as long T2 chip is present)
  • no need to know nothing about the firmware password (EFI mac password)
  • permanent EFI firmware unlocking service (needs to run only once), your Mac firmware password will be permanently unlocked
  • user friendly application
  • SecureBoot is disabled (you can boot external media on your Mac)

Entire process should only take few minutes (including payment).

No, our software does not bypass disk encryption.

Secure Boot establishes a trust relationship between the UEFI BIOS and the software it eventually launches (such as bootloaders, OSes, or UEFI drivers and utilities). After Secure Boot is enabled and configured, only software or firmware signed with approved keys are allowed to execute.

Enabled SecureBoot ie. also prevents you from running different operating system on your Mac machine. After unlocking SecureBoot is disabled and you can install compatible 3rd part operating system like. linux.

No, no software can repair physical device damage.

When a firmware password set on a Mac, the lock icon appears when you try to start up from another disk or volume, such as an external device. A firmware password prevents users who don't have the password from starting up from any disk other than the designated startup disk.

Give it a try!

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