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My password is 8-10 characters long. It starts with a capital letter and ends with a number. How do I set these conditions to crack the password using your software? Article rated 3.6/5.0
In our products, password parameters are configured in the Extended Mask mode (the same principle applies to all programs, and we are using
How to Break Password Protected Excel File Article rated 3.9/5.0
What’s the advantage of expensive Excel password recovery applications over their cheaper analogs, and when this advantage doesn’t matter? When you need only a web browser to recover an ...
Print Secured PDF Article rated 4.0/5.0
You can’t print a secured PDF file unless you have the Permissions password (also called the Master password). Printing is just one of several actions that are restricted by the permissions pass...
Recovering a password for a TrueCrypt disk Article rated 3.7/5.0
Step-by-step instructions to recover passwords to TrueCrypt disk drives. Here you will learn how to extract the data needed to find passwords for encrypted disks and learn how to save time when recov...
How to set, remove and recover a password for an Excel file Article rated 3.6/5.0
Would you like to set or remove a password for Excel file, yet you have no idea how to do it? Do you need to remove file protection, but you lost your password? Or maybe you’re just curious ab...
How to create Unicode dictionary for dictionary attacks Article rated 3.7/5.0
All you need is Windows Notepad. 1. Run Notepad. Press “Start” button and type “notepad” for Windows to find and highlight the program. Click to run Notepad:
How to recover an 18-character password to an Excel 2010 file within just 90 seconds Article rated 4.2/5.0
Among our customers there was one who could not open an Excel 2010 file due to a lost password. We tried to help and it worked perfectly well. It took us about 90 seconds. Here’s how we ...
Extended Mask attack when the structure and symbols of the password are known Article rated 3.3/5.0
Our customer asks: «I know the structure of my password and symbols it is composed of. Here is the PDL (Password Definition Language) description: [gG] [oO0] [oO0] [dD] [\. \0] [tT] [iI1]...
Offsets for recovery of passwords for TrueCrypt Article rated 3.5/5.0
Recently we released Passcovery Suite 3.3, and in addition to support for NVIDIA Pascal architecture, announced more convenient operat
Will I obtain acceleration of password breaking on a CPU with AES-NI (AES hardware support)? Article rated 3.0/5.0
A user has asked : ¨I am now breaking passwords on a CPU without AES hardware support. If I replace it with a CPU with AES/AES-NI support, will breaking be accelerated? And will this acceler...
TrueCrypt Password Recovery using Passcovery Suite Command Line Article rated 3.2/5.0
Like our other programs, Passcovery Suite allows for Command Line Launch and Attack Fine Tuning. The program opens with a graphic interface and all necessary settings and immediately begins a pa...
Extended (positional) mask attack in Passcovery solutions Article rated 4.1/5.0
Successful recovery of a strong password is determined by the high speed of attack and effective management of range settings. Passcovery programs with finely tuned speed parameters show excellent ...
An error in LibreOffice corrupts password protection in xls-files of Microsoft Excel Article rated 3.5/5.0
AccessBack.com began to receive strange xls-files – the user enters the correct password but Microsoft Excel does not accept it, and our service can’t find the encryption key for such files. Wha...
Lifehack: Crack the rest of RAR password if only half is readable Article rated 3.7/5.0
Here’s a quest
Mask attack when the length of the password’s tail end is unknown Article rated 5.0/5.0
A user asked help desk to solve a problem: “there is a zip file with the password lost. The password is about 10 characters long, beginning with a string of digits (12805233), the rest is un...
How to lock/unlock, remove password protection from PDF files Article not rated yet
You might want to apply a document open password or a document permissions password to your PDF file. Or maybe you need to open, copy and print out a password protected PDF file. Or you might just...
How to Recover an OpenOffice Password with Dictionary Attack Article rated 5.0/5.0
Here’s a problem: a user forgot his password for a file created in OpenOffice Writer.
2 Ways to Regain Access to iTunes Backup when the Password Is Lost Article rated 5.0/5.0
You’ve had a bad day and lost the password to your iPhone/iPad backup file in iTunes? Don’t get frustrated and join the crowd. Every day someone forgets their passwords and online foru...
 

 
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