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Password Cache is a storage where the program puts all found passwords. In some situations AOPR may ask for a "Cache password". This situation may occur if you set a password to protect your cache. You can learn more about Password Cache in the program...
This problem may occur when the program configuration file is damaged. To fix the problem, please do the following steps: 1. Uninstall AOPR using Windows Control Panel. 2. Manually delete the program directory if it was not deleted automatically....
Microsoft Excel uses very weak algorithm for protecting Excel sheets. A password is converted to some digit and very many passwords are valid in this case. That's why AOPR may display something like "1b1b1b1b1b1b" as a password. Just try it - it will be a...
When you run the password recovery on Home edition, it can be slower than in the Trial version. This situation occurs because the Home edition does not support GPU acceleration although your computer has some GPU. Trial version is intended to show the max...
* The maximal password length is limited to 4 symbols for Brute-force, Mask and Dictionary attacks * Some Dictionary attack options are disabled * Passwords longer than 3 symbols cannot be recovered, except password that requires Brute-force, Dic...
If you set up attack options and just reopen the document, AOPR will perform preliminary attack if it's not disabled in program options. To start the attack with your custom options please do the following: 1. Open the document using the "Open fi...
When Office 2007-2013 document is opening in AOPR, the program may display that VBA password can be removed. But "Change VBA password" and "Delete VBA password" buttons are greyed out. In this case you have to use "Remove all passwords from document" butt...
With it, the password is not being recovered at all. However, you are able to open VBA project (to view/edit the code); of course, you should have the application (this document has been created with, or later version) installed. Just press the VBA button...