NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 2016 v.1
- Password recovery for OpenOffice files
- Support for shared dictionaries
- Instant reset of Windows 10 Live ID passwords
- Support for RTI2 tables for fast recovery of hashed passwords
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 2015 v.3
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 2015 v.2
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 2015
It is easy to create a dictionary file from any text or binary file (e.g. a memory image, hibernation or swap file). It order to compile your file into Passware Kit dictionary format (*.dic), follow the steps below.
1. Run Passware Kit against your password-protected file, then choose “Advanced: Customize Settings”. Drag the “Dictionary” attack from the list of attacks as shown below:
2. Choose “Custom” dictionary from the pull-down list of dictionaries, locate the file that you want to use as a dictionary, and click “OK”. It will be compiled to a .dic file.
3. Click the “Recover” button to start the password recovery process with your new dictionary.
Passware Kit will extract the words from your file, compile the custom dictionary, and use it to recover the password.
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 13.7
Passware integrates its password recovery module into Oxygen software to provide a complete solution for mobile forensics – Oxygen Forensic Passware Analyst.
Should an investigator encounter a password-protected data backup, Oxygen Forensic Passware Analyst automatically attempts to bypass or recover the password by using brute-force, dictionary, or other easily customizable attacks to deliver full access to protected information in the shortest time possible. Integrated password recovery with full GPU acceleration (AMD and NVIDIA cards), as well as distributed computing, is available for Android images, iTunes, and Android backups to further speed up the recovery.
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 13.5
NEW IN PASSWARE KIT 13.3