Retrieve the password from a protected DOC or DOCX file by using one of four powerful, configurable attack types thanks to this application
|Updated||Feb 10th 2018|
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|Crack Size||7 MB|
Various types of files can be protected with a password, but it’s incredibly easy to forget a code, especially since nearly every service requires a security key from you, preferably a unique one. You might even have a locked Word file right now with important content and lost the password. Luckily, iSunshare Word Password Genius can help you out.
With setup over in a short while you have the chance to get the application running as soon as the installer closes. A pretty intuitive window shows up on the desktop, fitted with several tabs for quick navigation between configurations, and a log window to display events. On the bright side of things, Microsoft Office doesn’t have to be on your PC, because only the target Word file is required.
Once the window is on the desktop, you can load the protected Word document. Luckily, the application supports both DOC and DOCX files, but you can only process one file at a time. You need to load it through the browse dialog.
It comes with four different attacks, and you have control over the one you choose. It’s possible to pick brute-force, mask, dictionary, and smart. Each has its own set of configurations, which automatically become available on selection, such as range, length, or dictionary.
The latter options is for the dictionary attack. It’s merely a method of comparing strings inside a dictionary file to the password until the proper one is found. If the password is not inside the dictionary file, then the operation fails.
Other attack types can be tweaked as well. The range tab lets you define the character sets to use in the process to narrow down results, while the length helps you define minimum and maximum values of the password to use in the retrieval attempt.
All things considered, we can state that iSunshare Word Password Genius Crack is sure to help you recover passwords from Word documents one way or another. Several types of attacks are available, and a proper configuration can retrieve the key in no time at all.
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