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secure dmg randomly trying to open.

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hi, i've got a secure dmg has as recently started just opening and requiring a the password, everytime it happens I click cancel and it comes up again, so i click cancel again and then the screen dims black and then back to normal again...

sometimes it happens a few times, sometimes only once.. is there anyway of finding out what's trying to open it?

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