Password Recovery Bundle by Top Password Software 4.60
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A professional tool that recovers lost or forgotten passwords. It will retrieve passwords for most well-known instant messengers, email clients, FTP clients and web browsers, eliminating the need for calling PC technicians. The app quickly recovers or resets passwords for Windows, Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint documents or PDF, ZIP and RAR files, without requiring any technical skills.
In today's digital world, we need to use passwords virtually for everything, from our social network accounts to our private files to our system itself. Thus, is very easy to lose or forget any of them. This is when a program like Password Recovery Bundle comes handy. It offers the possibility of recovering almost any type of password. It has a huge menu from which you can choose the type of password you need. You can retrieve the password from your MSN or Google account, your Windows password, the product key of a program you installed, and so on.
The program offers three different recovery methods: brute force, which uses all alphanumeric and special character combinations; mask attack, if you remember a part of the password; and dictionary attack, that uses all the word combinations of the English dictionary.
In sum, given the usefulness of the program and its affordable cost, this may be a wise investment.
The shareware version has some limitations. For example, you can recover passwords of three characters or less (I must say that it is almost impossible that anyone uses a password so short), and the dictionary attack, that uses all the possible combination of dictionary words, is only available in the full version.
Please take into account that there are different packages of this program (Standard, Professional, and Enterprise), all with different features and costs, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
- Recovers different types of passwords
- Has different recovery methods
- Affordable cost
- It only uses the English dictionary combinations