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ZIP RAR ACE password recovery

KRyLack Archive Password Recovery is a program to recover lost or forgotten passwords on ZIP, RAR and ACE archives.

ZIP RAR ACE password recovery – Features:

  • The program has a convenient user interface; Drag-and-Drop is supported;
  • The program can work with archives containing only one encrypted file;
  • RAR Archives (All versions including version 3.x) are supported; RAR Archives with encrypted Filenames supported;
  • Multi-volume RAR archives are supported; ZIP Archives support; ACE Archives support;
  • Self-extracting archives are supported; Archives created by various software packages are supported;
rar zip ace password recovery
rar zip ace password recovery

The program is very customizable: you can set the password length, the character set to be used to generate the passwords, mask character, and a couple of other options; You can select the custom character set for brute-force attack (non-English characters are supported); Brute-Force attack; “Brute-force with Mask” attack (with custom mask character) is available; Dictionary-based attack is available Autosave password search state and resume after a stop or a crash; Extract tool for ZIP, RAR and ACE archives. The maximum password length is not limited; CPU Priority control is available; Full Skinning Support. Auto Update tool automatically downloads and installs new versions of KRyLack Password Recovery software.

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