miercuri, 20 iunie 2012

RAR Password Recovery

Efficient and Secure WinRAR/RAR Password Recovery

RAR Password Unlocker is proved to be a helpful tool when you forgot WinRAR/RAR password and cannot open the RAR archives. It can recover RAR password at high speed via 3 attack options: Brute-force, Brute-force with user-defined Mask and Dictionary.
  • Efficiently recover forgotten RAR password
  • Support WinRAR 4.01 and its previous versions
  • Support multi-core CPU and NVIDIA-GPU
  • 3 efficient password attack options available
  • Save password recovery process automatically
  • Shut down computer automatically after recovery 

Key Features
Powerful WinRAR Recovery Tool
Quickly recover forgotten passwords from RAR archives created and encrypted by WinRAR 4.11 and its previous versions, no matter whether you encrypted file names or not.

Recover Fast with GPU & Multi-core CPU
Equipped with SSE, multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA-GPU technology, RAR Password Unlocker accelerates your password recovery process significantly. For CPU, the more CPU cores you have, the faster recovery speed you will enjoy. For GPU, NVIDIA CUDA-enabled device and CUDA 4.0 driver are required for GPU load.

3 Efficient Password Attack Options
Brute-force Attack – Try all possible password combinations when you have no idea about it.
Brute-force Attack with Mask – Greatly reduce the recovery time by specifying the forgotten password length, character set, etc. (High Recommended)
Dictionary Attack – Recover lost RAR password by trying the password combinations in the built-in dictionary as a password. Self-created dictionary is also supported.

Auto -save Recovery State
Stop and resume your password recovery process anytime through the auto-save feature. By default, this tool saves your recovery process every 15 times, but you can change the time interval as you wish.

System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 /  Vista / XP / 2008 / 2003 / 2000
CPU: 1 GHz processor (2.4 GHz is recommended)
RAM: 512 MB (1 GB is recommended)
Disk space: 15 MB of free space