Yeah, nothing to see here, really.
This has been doable for quite a while, and even outside Sekrit Forensikz, there's freely available tools to do it. The Elcomsoft program just makes it a bit more convenient (even the Firewire-DMA attack that can be used on a computer that has been locked isn't new).
Also note that this doesn't recover your passphrase - it recovers the raw encryption key. That is obviously enough to get at your data, but in no way leads to disclosure of the passphrase itself