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winzip password remover

Is there any known method to recover winzip password without using usual software such as elcom or not?
 

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zip password recovery tool

If u have set the password then use all usual password combination with each of the key replaced with adjacent keys.
if the password is set by someone else u are better off using standard tools.
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there is software tools which can do it. for example:passware.Password.Recovery.Kit.Enterprise.v7.0
 

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winzip password not working

try the following software :

RAR Password Cracker 4.12
Password Recovery Kit Enterprise v7.0 Final Retail
 

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but the percentage of succes is only 30%. Most of them is "Not is enough memory"
 

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I recomend Advanced Archive Password Recovery but only for short passwords or for passwords that you know the 'dictionary' to use, for longer ones and complete 'dictionary' you should forget it, it takes too long.
 

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I recommend "visual advanced zip password recovery" because it gives multicomputer option due to which you can connect many comp. for password recovery at a same time it reduces recovery time
 

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Advanced ZIP Password Recovery:
This program (Advanced ZIP Password Recovery, or simply AZPR)
can be used to recover the lost password for a ZIP archive. At
the moment, there is no known method to extract the password
from the compressed file, so the only available methods are
"brute force", dictionary-based and known-plaintext attacks.
- The program has a convenient user interface
- The program is very fast: up to fifteen million passwords per
second (on Pentium III)
- The program can work with archives containing only one
encrypted file (at about the same speed)
- Self-extracting archives are supported
- The program is customizable: you can set the password length
(or length range), the character set to be used to generate
the passwords, and a couple of other options
- You can select the custom character set for brute-force attack
(non-English characters are supported)
- Dictionary-based attack is available
- The "brute-force with mask" attack is available
- Very fast known-plaintext attack is available
- No special virtual memory requirements
- You can interrupt the program at any time, and start from the
same point later
- The program can work in the background, using the CPU only
when it is in idle state
 

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