Security Software Encryption Intelore RAR Password Recovery

Intelore RAR Password Recovery 1.1 RC16 for Windows

by Intelore

Avg. Rating 4.2 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.7 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 39,055
Publisher Intelore
Homepage Intelore RAR Password Recovery

Publisher's Description

RAR Password Recovery is a powerful tool to recover lost (forgotten) passwords for a RAR/WinRar archives. The program supports the Brute-Force attack, dictionary-based attack and dramatically fastest "Booost-Up" attack. The program is able to resume the previous interrupted attack.

Latest Reviews

ssb

ssb reviewed v1.1 RC16 on Jul 8, 2005

Just another (buggy) password recovery thing.
When the password is complex and long enough, be prepared to wait for a whole life before getting a valid password.

Almost useless

otero1

otero1 reviewed v1.1 RC16 on Jul 7, 2005

It works , seems a little buggy. But what program isn't?

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v1.0b on Jul 15, 2003

mm shouldnt you yell at the WinRaR developer about the russian/chinese/marsian charactersets lacking in support and not the password recovery guy?..

neway.. program did crash a few times when i selected a file... but it seems quite nice to me.. even recovered a password i lost :)

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v1.0b on Jul 14, 2003

There are too many of those, and they all are no good, if the password is too complicated (e.g., the url of a site). What really gets on my nerves is when people use passwords that use some weird encoding, like russian or chinese. then I know the password, but can't apply it, because the winrar developer is too stupid to build in unicode support. now, if there were a programme, that allowed to decompress rar archives by passing russian characters in unicode to winrar, I would buy it immediately. because in present state if one puts a russian password into the winrar pass window, all winrar sees are question marks, since it doesn't understand those encodings. And I can't add different encodings to windows every time I have to decompress a rar archive. my windows's secondary language is german and if I change it to chinese or russian, it starts to behave weird, so winrar should be changed to support those encodings internally, not waiting for them to be supported on the system-wide level

Avg. Rating 4.2 (12 votes)
Your Rating
ssb

ssb reviewed v1.1 RC16 on Jul 8, 2005

Just another (buggy) password recovery thing.
When the password is complex and long enough, be prepared to wait for a whole life before getting a valid password.

Almost useless

otero1

otero1 reviewed v1.1 RC16 on Jul 7, 2005

It works , seems a little buggy. But what program isn't?

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v1.0b on Jul 15, 2003

mm shouldnt you yell at the WinRaR developer about the russian/chinese/marsian charactersets lacking in support and not the password recovery guy?..

neway.. program did crash a few times when i selected a file... but it seems quite nice to me.. even recovered a password i lost :)

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v1.0b on Jul 14, 2003

There are too many of those, and they all are no good, if the password is too complicated (e.g., the url of a site). What really gets on my nerves is when people use passwords that use some weird encoding, like russian or chinese. then I know the password, but can't apply it, because the winrar developer is too stupid to build in unicode support. now, if there were a programme, that allowed to decompress rar archives by passing russian characters in unicode to winrar, I would buy it immediately. because in present state if one puts a russian password into the winrar pass window, all winrar sees are question marks, since it doesn't understand those encodings. And I can't add different encodings to windows every time I have to decompress a rar archive. my windows's secondary language is german and if I change it to chinese or russian, it starts to behave weird, so winrar should be changed to support those encodings internally, not waiting for them to be supported on the system-wide level

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