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- Q 1. What’s the difference between the trial version and full version?
Q 1. What’s the difference between the trial version and full version?
A: Password Unlocker Bundle is a 14-in-one password reset and recovery tool for more than 60 applications, like Windows OS, MS SQL Severs, RAR/ PDF/Word/Excel/PPT files, etc.
For Windows Password Unlocker and SQL Server Password Unlocker, the trial version can only list all user names on your Windows PC, but not reset the password.
For MS Office, Archives, Database and Internet password recovery, trial version displays only 3 characters of your lost password, and it doesn’t support Dictionary Attack.
For more technical information, you also can refer to the Tech FAQ of each tool. Just purchase the full version of Password Unlocker Bundle If you would like to reset or remove your passwords.
- Q 2. What versions of MS office file, archive file, database and internet does it support?
Q 2. What versions of MS office file, archive file, database and internet does it support?
A: With the updated version of Password Unlocker Bundle 220.127.116.11, it now can support MS Word/Excel 97-2010, PPT 2007-2010 and the up-to-date verison of WINRAR/WINZIP.
For more, you can view the supported formats from password recovery options.
- Q 3. What Windows OS does Password Unlocker Bundle support?
Q 3. What Windows OS does Password Unlocker Bundle support?
A: It depends as there are 3 editions of Password Unlocker Bundle: Password Unlocker Bundle Standard, Password Unlocker Bundle Professional and Password Unlocker Bundle Ultimate.
Password Unlocker Bundle Standard – Reset local user password in Windows 7/Vista/XP and Windows server 2000/2003/2008 with both CD/DVD and USB.
Password Unlocker Bundle Professional and Ultimate – Reset password for local use and domain admin in Windows 7/Vista/XP and Windows server 2000/2003(R2)/2008(R2).
Learn more differences among the three editions from Comparison Table.
- Q 4. What are the differences between Brute-force Attack and Brute-force with Mask Attack? How can they do?
Q 4. What are the differences between Brute-force Attack and Brute-force with Mask Attack? How can they do?
A: There are 3 available attacks in Password Unlocker Bundle to recover lost files password with Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack.
Brute-force Attack can help you try all possible combinations if you remember nothing about the password. If you remember some information like symbols, characters or length of the lost password.
Brute- force with Mask Attack is better for you to save the recovery time by restricting the search area.
- Q 5. What’s the “Character Set” and how can I set it?
Q 5. What’s the “Character Set” and how can I set it?
A: “Brute-force with Mask Attack” can instruct the program what characters have been used in the password and restrict the search are.
For Example, if you know that your forgotten password contains 5-9 characters which is composed of letters and numbers, and starts with “M”, ends with “n”, then you can do it like this to shorten your recovery time.
(1). Check the a-z box, 0-9 box, A-Z box
(2). Set Prefix =”M”, Suffix=”n”;
(3). Set Min Length = “5” and Max Length =”9″
- Q 6. What’s the meaning of “Prefix” and “Suffix” in Brute-force with Mask Attack?
Q 6. What’s the meaning of “Prefix” and “Suffix” in Brute-force with Mask Attack?
A: Prefix is the first one or several characters of the password.
Suffix is the last one or several characters of the password. Enter it into the checkbox if you remember. Both of them are used in Brute-force with Mask Attack.
- Q 7.What is “Dictionary Attack” and how to create your own dictionary?
Q 7. What is “Dictionary Attack” and how to create your own dictionary?
A: Dictionary Attack is an effective attack for you to recover lost password with a default dictionary provided in the program. The program will try every password in the dictionary. Besides, you can add your own dictionary to the program for less time-consuming with the most possible passwords you used, such as your name, birthday, pet name, door number, student ID and so on.
- Q 8. How to add a Dictionary file for my own?
Q 8. How to add a Dictionary file for my own?
A: If you create a Dictionary file for your own, you can easily remove password which lessens your recovery time. Following is a created Dictionary file figure as your reference.
- Q 9. I added my own dictionary to the program, but why does the program still use the default dictionary?
Q 9. I added my own dictionary to the program, but why does the program still use the default dictionary?
A: It will be OK if you empty the path of the default dictionary.
- Q 10. What if I stop recovering the password?
Q 10. What if I stop recovering the password?
A: The program will save the recovery process automatically and resume the process when you run the program again even though the recovery process is suspended. And what’s more, your PC will automatically shut down when the recovery task finished.
- Q 11. What do you need for GPU acceleration?
Q 11. What do you need for GPU acceleration?
A: The product will automatically use GPU acceleration as long as your computer has NVIDIA or ATI display card. No other item is needed.
GPU: Graphics Processing Pnit, also occasionally called visual processing unit (VPU), is a specialized electronic circuit designed to rapidly manipulate and alter memory to accelerate the building of images in a frame buffer intended for output to a display. Their highly parallel structure makes them more effective than general-purpose CPUs for algorithms where processing of large blocks of data is done in parallel. Password Unlocker Bundle now supports GPU, which helps to accelerate password recovery on MS Word/Excel/PPT/PDF files and RAR/WINRAR archives.
Nvidia is best known for its graphics processing units (GPUs). Nvidia and chief rival AMD Graphics Technologies (formerly ATI Technologies) have dominated the high performance GPU market, pushing other manufacturers to smaller, niche roles.
- Q 12. What Password Unlocker products support GPU (NVIDIA and ATI display card) acceleration?
Q 12. What Password Unlocker products support GPU (NVIDIA and ATI display card) acceleration?
A: GPU can accelerate password recovery on MS Word/Excel/PPT/PDF files and RAR/WINRAR archives. It is available in the following products:
- Q 13. What hardware do I need to use GPU acceleration?
Q 13. What hardware do I need to use GPU acceleration?
A: NVIDIA: You can use GeForce 8, 9, 100, 200, 400-series GPUs (including notebook/mobile products); Quadro cards; ION products; and Tesla 10 and 20-series GPU computing products. Full list of supported devices (CUDA GPUs) can be found here. You should also have proper NVIDIA drivers installed: 197.45 or later for “pre-Fermi” cards, and 197.75 or later for Fermi (GTX 465/470/480) cards.
ATI: supported products include ATI Radeon HD 4800-series (4890, 4870 X2, 4870, 4850 X2, 4850) and all 5000-series cards, including Mobility Radeon HD (same series); FirePro (V4800 and up) and FireStream. Drivers: Catalyst 10.3 is recommended; older drivers are not supported, while newer drivers may cause problems.
- Q 14. Is GPU acceleration available for all file and password types?
Q 14. Is GPU acceleration available for all file and password types?
A: No. With NVIDIA cards, GPU acceleration is available for Office 2007/2010 files, Adobe PDF (with 256-bit encryption), WPA/WPA2, Windows logon passwords and some other formats; more details here. On ATI Radeon and Tableau TACC1441, only Office 2007 and WPA/WPA2 are currently supported (more file formats and algorithms will be added soon).
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