Windows Password Cracker Crack Plus Serial Key

Windows Password Cracker is a powerful tool designed to help you recover Windows usernames' passwords.

You may not know where to start when first opening the application, but Windows Password Cracker is actually an easy to use program, so the procedure is quite simple.

Download Windows Password Cracker Crack

Software company
Rank 4.5
1789 4.5
Crack size ~ 500KB
Downloads total 35571
Systems Win 2K, Win XP, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 2003, Win 2008, Win NT

First, you need to import users and thus let Windows Password Cracker know which are the usernames created on the local computer. Afterward, just select the users whose passwords you want to recover and, if you're okay with the standard settings, just hit the “Start attack” button at the top of the main window.

The program supports two different password recovery modes, bruteforce and dictionary attacks, which means you can also configure the process and thus improve its efficiency.

For instance, the latter can be improved with the help of a different dictionary, while the first offers you multiple options, including those concerning the symbols used in the password, which can be anything from Latin small symbols to digits and spaces.

Obviously, it's more important to find out whether the application really works so you need to wait for the recovery process to come to an end. It usually takes just a few minutes, but this usually depends on the password length and complexity so, as a general rule, the longer the password, the more time the app needs to recover it.

Unfortunately, Windows Password Cracker Keygen didn't work during our test and it failed to recover the password on a Windows 7 machine. Still, the program works flawlessly on all Windows machines, with a moderate amount of hardware resources needed to complete the job.

Overall, Windows Password Cracker deserves a chance, that's pretty obvious, and it works impressively fast regardless of the operating system installed on your machine.


Guest, 14 December 2016


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