Forgot Office file password? How to remove and open your file?
Do you have the experience that you forget the password when you are ready to open an MS Office document, such as Office, Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Adobe PDF, and so on. Of course, I was puzzle by this problem. How should we do? Fortunately, a friend of mine commends me a handy and easy to use tool that can recover MS Office passwords. That is Accent Office Password Recovery which was published by SmartDoctor. Certainly, you can recover the password of other MS Office documents just as a hacker, but this does not have business with me absolutely. Following is the detailed introduction of Password Recovery Bundle.
Password Recovery Bundle is an"all-in-one" tool that helps us recover lost or forgotten passwords to our documents created in Microsoft Office applications, such as: Office, Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, Adobe PDF also WinRAR/RAR and WinZIP/ZIP, Windows. Some types of password can be instantly restored. For other passwords there are three attack types including a brute force attack with a mask and advanced options while attacking using a dictionary. Start recovering passwords immediately with the easy-to-use graphical interface which includes context help, Task Creation Wizard and a step-by-step tutorial.
Password Recovery Bundle restores the passwords from popular MS Office applications and allows us to regain access to our information using Brute-force attack, Brute-force with Mask attack, and Dictionary attack.
Password Recovery Bundle
- Brute-force Attack: It means the program will do a full-scale search and try all possibilities randomly in order to get the guess matched with the password and recover it. However, this mode is not as efficient as the other two attacks when the password is long and complex. As the length of the password increases, so does the number of possible passwords, in this way the program will do a lot more times of guess tests, sometimes a dramatically more times than the other two attacks. Obviously, this method is unlikely to be practical unless the password is relatively small and simple.
- Brute-force with Mask Attack: What’s Mask? In the field of decryption, mask is a commonly used term refers to the password features you still remember. For example, the possible password length, any digits, letters, special characters like pond, dollar, or asterisk in the password; what is the fist and last characters of the password, etc. You can use this attack if you still remember part of your password. For example, if you still remember your password is 4 characters and begins with "z", then you can define the mask as "z???". Thus reduces the detecting scale for the program, as it will only seek for the last 3 characters instead of 4 characters of the whole. To use this attack, a password mask must be defined.
- Dictionary Attack: This attack is highly recommended as it offers a smarter access to the password recovery. If use properly, it is the fastest when compared with the above two attacks. This attack is intended to seek the possible password based on a dictionary. Then what’s a dictionary? Dictionary is a text file, which can be simply interpreted as a library listing the password elements. The program will just base on this dictionary to detect the password. This dictionary can be the integrated one or the one you provide. The integrated dictionary is a text file listing common character combinations, such as a, ab, 123, 4, AB, etc. that people may frequently use for passwords. You can also create a dictionary by listing your character sets that you frequently use to let the program base on when seeking passwords, such as your name, birthplace, birthday, etc. If so, the seeking scope will be largely reduced and it is bound to save time for the process.
interface is straightforward and easy to use. As shown in the screenshot at the right, there is a menu bar and a toolbar to manage the program. There are also hot key combinations to provide a quick access to the main menu options. The largest section is an information pane showing the progress and status of the program. There is a context help pane below which provides brief help information. Once we are familiar with the main features of the interface, we can proceed with the main function of the program �C password recovery. This product may cause our anti-virus software to show an alert!