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Recover, remove or circumvent passwords protecting documents created with a variety of office suites. Break passwords to Microsoft Office documents and files in WordPerfect, Lotus, OpenOffice, Apple iWork and Hangul Office formats.
Corel WordPerfect Office is a popular choice among the many corporate and home users. Advanced Office Password Recovery quickly recovers passwords protecting documents created with Corel Office WordPerfect, Quattro Pro and Paradox without lengthy attacks or advanced settings. The tool can recover passwords that protect documents created with all versions of Corel WordPerfect Office, and supports all of its protection modes. It recognizes and recovers passwords for WordPerfect (.wp, .wpd), QuattroPro (.qpw, .wb, .wq), and Paradox (.db) documents, as well as Corel WordPerfect Lightning account passwords. Many types of documents can be unlocked instantly, while certain files may require a 10 to 15 munite attack.
Special attention is paid to Microsoft Word .doc and Microsoft Excel .xls documents. For such files, the recovery is often possible within guaranteed timeframe. The Professional edition comes with a set of patented Thunder Tables, which allows decrypting legacy .doc and .xls files by targeting the encryption key instead of the original password.
Advanced Office Password Recovery supports multiple video cards and simultaneous operation of multiple CPU and GPU cores. All or some CPU/GPU cores can be designated to the password recovery task, enabling maximum performance or allowing for nonintrusive background processing. [ElcomSoft GPU acceleration technology][gpu] supports unlimited numbers of AMD or NVIDIA boards including the latest generation of high-performance accelerators.
Not all passwords are equally strong. Advanced Office Password Recovery provides instant access to many types of password-protected documents, including those created in Microsoft Word and Excel versions 97 and 2000. Later versions of Microsoft Word and Excel save documents and spreadsheets in compatibility mode by default making them available for instant password recovery.
A large number of Microsoft Office documents is still saved in the legacy format for compatibility and interoperability reasons. The legacy format (which can be identified by the .doc/.xls extension as opposed to the modern .docx/.xlsx format) employs weak 40-bit encryption that predates the much stronger AES. Advanced Office Password Recovery has a special trick for such documents, allowing to break encryption by targeting the encryption key instead of the password.
Elcomsoft Advanced Office Password Recovery makes use of every bit of information you know about a password. Just specifying the company's security policy can reduce the time of the attack tenfold. The number and type of characters used in the password, and whether it contained any special symbols helps tremendously in reducing the time to recover the password.
Mask attacks allow putting any knowledge about the password to work. However little is known about the password, every little bit of information helps reduce the number of passwords to try. By specifying the approximate length or structure of the password and entering characters that were used or not used, an expert can reduce the number of passwords to try by a great deal.
Finally, the Hybrid attack enables experts to create extremely flexible rules describing passwords that were likely to be chosen by a particular user. The rules are described in a file in a format compatible with industry-standard password recovery tools.
The newer DOCX/XLSX files are with a much stronger AES encryption. 256-bit encryption keys require attacking the original plain-text passwords in order to decrypt the content, while the large number of iterations (hash rounds) makes such attacks deliberately slow. In other words, while the older formats have known vulnerabilities allowing for near-instant recovery of encrypted content, the newer DOCX/XLSX files must be attacked with Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery to recover the original password. The original password is then used to decrypt the content of the DOCX/XLSX file.
GPU-accelerated Advanced Office Password Recovery can use powerful processing units of your AMD and NVIDIA video cards to remove, replace or recover passwords protecting Microsoft Office documents faster. Supporting all versions of Microsoft Office from version 2.0 to 2019, the tool allows specifying a variety of masks and attacks. Its highly-optimized low-level code ensures the quickest recovery of the most complex passwords.
Starting with Office XP, Microsoft enables the use of external cryptographic service providers to increase key length. If an external cryptographic provider is used (which is rarely the case), one must attack the original plain-text password instead of recovering the 40-bit encryption key. Interestingly, the password recovery speed does not depend on the choice of a crypto provider or the selected key length; the time required to break the password depends exclusively on the password length and complexity. As a result, simple passwords can be recovered almost instantly, while an average 7-character alphanumeric password can take about a day and a half.
Summary: instant decryption with Thunder Tables or extremely fast recovery of the original password for default encryption settings. Custom encryption requires attacking the original password; recovery speeds are extremely high at about 3 million passwords per second on a single CPU.
Even today, documents encrypted with Office 2007 (and not saved in compatibility mode) are moderately secure. A typical Intel Core i7 CPU provides the recovery speed of about 1,000 passwords per second, while GPU-assisted attacks result in about 200,000 passwords per second using a single NVIDIA Tesla V100. We recommend smart dictionary-based attacks must to recover the password.
In Office 2010, Microsoft has continued with the encryption scheme they introduced in Office 2007. The new Office still uses AES-128 for encryption, and still relies on SHA-1 for hashing. However, the number of hash iterations was doubled from 50,000 (Office 2007) to 100,000 (Office 2010). This was made to account for the evolution of hardware to make passwords at least as secure as they were three years ago. 153554b96e