Access Password Recovery is really a good helper when you don't remember or forget the password of a MS Access Database document. The application supplies three kinds of attack options: Brute-force Mask Attack (Trying all Possible Combinations), Brute-force Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack (Recommended). According to different situations, you can use any attack method to shorten the attack time.
Access Password Recovery is able to attack the forgotten, wrongly inputted or misplaced Access password by trying various likely password combinations of words and phrases in the built-in dictionary which is offered by the application as a password, which is a recommended choice.
Attack Access Password with User Defined Mask
Access Password Recovery can attack the MS Access document password by trying the possible combinations from the masks defined by users such as digits, letters or punctuations. This method is suite for people who know some part or the length of the RAR password.
Detect Access Password by Trying All Combinations
Try all possible password combinations when the application is detecting the MS Access password. When you know nothing about the password, you may need to check this method and it may need a long detecting time.
Features of Access Password Recovery:
Support Windows 2000 and later systems of both 32bit and 64bit.
All versions of MS Access are supported.
Instantly reveal password of old version Access Database (2003 and earlier).
Supply three kinds of attack options: Brute-force Mask Attack (Trying all Possible Combinations), Brute-force Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack (Recommended).
Able to save a current state.
The program can be stopped at any time and restarted from the same state later.
Support to set the password length and characters in Brute-force Mask Attack mode.
Support to add the dictionary files in Dictionary Attack mode.
Enable to auto-save the current recovery state every 15 minutes by default. You can also customize the auto-save time interval.
Support to shut down the computer when the cracking finishes.