Advanced Archive Password Recovery for Windows

  • Trial version
  • In English
  • V 4.53
  • 2.9
  • (103)
  • Security Status

Recover your forgotten passwords for archived files

Advanced RAR Password Recovery (or simply ARPR) can be used to recover the lost password for a RAR 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" and dictionary-based attacks.

  • ARPR has a convenient and easy to use user interface
  • ARPR works with one protected file at a time (multiple uses of ARPR is possible)
  • All compression methods are supported
  • Self-extracting archives are supported
  • You can select the custom character set for "brute-force" attack (non-English characters are supported)
  • You can interrupt the program at any time.

    Resuming is supported

  • ARPR can work in the background, using the CPU only when it is in an idle state
  • ARPR can utilise either a customizable "brute-force" approach, or an effective dictionary-based approach.

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Advanced Archive Password Recovery for PC

  • Trial version
  • In English
  • V 4.53
  • 2.9
  • (103)
  • Security Status

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