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Professional password recovery for Office/Zip/Rar files
Professional password recovery for Office/Zip/Rar files

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A user is wondering how to crack his #RARfile. And do it fast, with GPU acceleration and enabled attack settings. The problem is a few characters of his long #password got accidentally blurred and turned out totally illegible.

The problem is challenging enough for #Passcovery programs and #extendedmask. Here’s how you can solve the riddle using Passcovery tools (and of course what works for RAR works for other formats as well).
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We are often asked by the users whether our solutions support password recovery for PDF files on GPU’s from AMD or NVIDIA.

They do in certain cases. Please see more details below.
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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.

What is the reason? It turned out that LibreOffice can corrupt password-protected Microsoft Excel files.

This article will give you answers and solutions.
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If you are recovering a strong protection password and you know something about its structure then extended (positional) mask attack would be the perfect method to use. This article will demonstrate some examples.
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Here at #Passcovery we compare different GPUs and present a ranking based on their #passwordrecovery performance.

Basically our ranking is an unbiased chart of the best GPUs to crack passwords with. However when it comes to RAR files a misfire may occur. Sometimes users with [fast] graphics cards may end up with this kind of freeze.

What is the problem, its effects and how to solve it – find all the answers in this article.
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#Passcovery Tools for Removal of Passwords from #MicrosoftExcel/Word and #AdobePDF
#AccessBack.com has successfully decrypted an #MicrosoftExcel file for our user in Australia. That’s what he wrote about it: >>>
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Accent PDF Password Recovery 1.41 is a new release of an effective #Passcovery solution for recovering Adobe #PDFpasswords.

The new release features improved dictionary attack – increased stability of processing dictionaries with passwords from 256 to 1024 characters; bugs and other issues have been fixed.

#AccentPPR instantly recovers Permissions password (Master password) and offers three types of attack on Document open password (User password). The program supports all Adobe PDF versions and shows excellent processing rate.

Read more about the recovery rate of supported PDF formats:
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#Passcovery has released Accent ZIP Password Recovery 4.97 – an updated edition of its #passwordrecovery solution for Zip archives with “classic” encryption and WinZip AES encryption.

What’s new in #AccentZPR 4.97:

+ increased rate of recovering Zip archives with “classic” encryption
+ extended list of graphics cards based on the GPUs: #NVIDIA GP100/NVIDIA GK210
+ it is now able to delete cached passwords
+ all the found bugs have been eliminated

Learn more about AccentZPR
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Passcovery has released updates for its basic level solutions for password recovery in #MicrosoftWord / #MicrosoftExcel 95-2016 files - Accent WORD Password Recovery, 7.92 and Accent EXCEL Password Recovery, 7.92.

The new updated editions feature improved support of #MicrosoftOffice 2013/16 file formats – the programs instantly recover / remove passwords of simple protection (spreadsheets, work books, VBA macros protection passwords).

Get more details and demos for Windows x86 / x64 at the #Passcovery website:
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It’s nice to get a sweet response from France about one of our useful Passcovery's #passwordrecovery software tools.
In French of course, as they do it in France :)
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