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Giveaway Of Accent ZIP Password Recovery

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 With No Comments »

Get Free Accent ZIP Password Recovery – the professional archive password recovery tool, which supports for both classic encryption and the hard-to-crack WinZip AES encryption (.zip and .zipx archives). Lightning-fast recovery speeds accelerated on AMD and NVIDIA video cards and a pared-down interface put AccentZPR in a class of its own.

This tool fully supports all types of ZIP archives and recovers the passwords to archives created using any popular software (7Zip, pkzip, WinRar, WinZip and more). Accent ZIP Password Recovery uses AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards to boost recovery speeds up to 60 times* with a set of two cards. GPU computing technology are used for recovering passwords in archives with classic ZIP encryption and WinZip AES encryption.

ZIP Password Recovery

Features of Accent ZIP Password Recovery:

  • Supports all types of ZIP archives (including classic ZIP encryption and WinZip AES encryption)
  • Recovers .zip, .zipx archives passwords
  • Works three ways, using brute force, mask and dictionary attacks
  • Offers the option of automated password recovery with predefined/user-defined scenarios
  • Lets the user set password mutation rules for dictionary attacks
  • Offers the position masking feature for brute force attacks
  • Supports NVIDIA graphics cards with CUDA technology (eighth generation GeForce graphics cards and later)
  • Supports AMD video cards with Stream/OpenCL technology (4XXX, 5XXX, 6XXX and 7XXX family AMD graphics cards)
  • Supports Unicode and ANSI dictionaries
  • Supports command-line interface (CLI)
  • Graphic interface is easy to use

Accent ZIP Password Recovery runs on Windows 8/7 and early Windows systems.


Download: Accent ZIP Password Recovery

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