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Am I correct to say that your programs will unlock passwords for all Microsoft Office documents for my computer? Article rated 3.1/5.0
It depends on the type of a password. Please, find some time and read a short article about Excel passwords. The same is the situation with Word passwords.  
I'd like to recover the password and carry out a dictionary attack. Can I choose my dictionary and check it? Article rated 3.1/5.0
Of course, you can choose the dictionary you need.  You can do it at the stage of preparation to the dictionary attack. See a small video tutorial demonstrating how to enable a dictionary for pa...
Can your programs generate a symbol alternation password ([09][AZ][09][AZ].. etc like 0A1B...)? Article rated 3.1/5.0
Yes, of course! An Extended Mask shall be used for that. You can specify in this mode what symbols wi
Does Accent ZIP Password Recovery recovers passwords set for 7-Zip archives (*.7z)? Article rated 3.3/5.0
No, original 7-Zip format (7z-files) is not supported. AccentZPR works only with Zip archives also created in 7zip program.
How can I organize a password search for full TrueCrypt devices/partitions? Article rated 3.2/5.0
To mount attack on TrueCrypt volume you're need just one sector - 512 bytes. For TrueCrypt volumes stored in files it's first sector of the file. For non-system volumes -- first sector of encrypted dr...
How to enable encryption key searching or use rainbow tables in a password attack scenario? Article rated 3.2/5.0
For rainbow attack switch is:/a:rt For key search attack is: /a:ks
Can I combine words from different dictionaries and use the result for a dictionary attack? Article rated 3.3/5.0
Yes, you can! You can connect words from four different dictionaries simultaneously, and use the result as a password for a dictionary attack – for example, for RAR password recovery. For information ...
The open file password for my Word 2000 document has 8 digits and a letter at the end. Can it help remove the lost password? Article rated 3.2/5.0
You bet it can! You know the password structure and simply must use an attack with an extended mask, not just a brute force attack. The mask for your case is: ?d*d?s
Does your Zip password remover support files created in PKZIP by PKWARE? Article rated 3.1/5.0
No, neither Accent ZIP Password Recovery nor Pass
Is it safe enough to password protect an important Excel document, or is it better to somehow provide additional protection for it? Article rated 3.2/5.0
If the document is Excel 2007-2013 (xlsx) and it doesn't contain data relating to national security, then there is no need for additional protection beyond a complex Password to Open it. The spee...
Can your programs find the first 4 characters of my long password? I will recall the rest when I see the beginning. Article rated 3.2/5.0
No, it doesn’t work that way. The program generates a full-length password and tests it. That is, it either finds the entire password or finds nothing. No password can be recovered character by...
I have received a decrypted file from AccessBack. Please send me the password for the original document. Article rated 3.1/5.0
The AccessBack.com service does not recover passwords. It decrypts Excel/Word 97-03 documents without using a password (.doc/.xls files protected with a short 40-bit encryption key).
Do you guarantee that the AccentZPR will break ZIP password? Article rated 3.6/5.0
No, unfortunately, neither we nor anyone else can provide such a guarantee. Modern cryptographic protection is very strong, so if you know nothing about your password, your chances are extremely low...
I am restoring an Microsoft Access password. Why does my attack button remain inactive after I select an .mdb file? Article rated 3.4/5.0
Accent ACCESS Password Recovery restores passwords for Access .mdb files instantly, right after you select a file. No attacks are launched at that time.  This is why the attack button remains in...
When I purchase AccentOPR, will password recovery become faster? Article rated 3.8/5.0
  The demo version does not limit the password generation speed. The program works at the maximum speed, but uses only one GPU device in the system. You can increase the speed of password c...
What program should I use to crack a VBA password? Article rated 3.9/5.0
No matter what Microsoft Office edition you are using our software enables you to crack a VBA password in no time. Our software solutions recover the original password, then either delete it or repla...
Can your password recovery software crack Docx files? Article rated 3.5/5.0
Unlike with Microsoft Word 95-2003 doc-files there is no 100% guarantee that docx files can be cracked as easily. That is true for both Passcovery and external solutions. In fact your chances of cr...
AccentPPR cracks PDF password, but it's not valid and looks strange, with asterisks. Why is that? Article rated 3.7/5.0
There is nothing wrong with it. That is one of the restrictions of a trial version. You can only see the first two characters of the password - the rest of it is hidden. For example a PDF file is p...
Excel Password Cracker Found a Sheet protection password. But It Is Different than the Original One. Why? Article rated 4.1/5.0
In fact password cracking software tools by Passcovery do not search for the original Excel Spreadsheet protection password. Obviously it would take unreasonably long to do so. Instead our tools inst...
Brute force attack is faster than a dictionary attack. When and why? Article rated 3.9/5.0
The user wrote: «I crack ZIP the password in your Passcovery Suite program. Excellent speed of search at attack of a brute force! But it strongly gives at attack according to the dictionar...
How to Open Encrypted Word Files Article rated 3.9/5.0
Is there a way to bypass Microsoft Word password protection? Does that depend on the version of Word? What can save me time and money? Find the answers in this article. Password protection in ...
 

 
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