Break passwords and unlock documents instead of performing lengthy password recovery. Advanced Office Password Breaker (AOPB) unlocks password-protected Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets within a guaranteed timeframe instead of attacking and recovering the complex passwords.
Due to the implementation of document encryption in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, a weak 40-bit encryption is still the most common method of protecting Office documents. While being strong enough to protect documents against casual curiosity, this encryption can be easily broken with modern computers and appropriate tools. Attacking the 40-bit encryption keys is not just significantly faster than trying all possible combinations of letters and numbers, but guarantees the recovery of your documents within a limited period of time.
Regain access to password-protected documents and spreadsheets by breaking and removing the password with no password-guessing involved. No matter how long and complex your password may be, Advanced Office Password Breaker unlocks your documents in a guaranteed timeframe. A modern single-core PC unlocks any document in less than 5 days, while assigning additional processor cores, CPUs and computers reduces this time even further. And with Enterprise Edition, decrypting all Word documents (and most Excel files) takes several munutes only.
The program that is licensed to you is absolutely legal and you can use it provided that you are the legal owner of all files or data you are going to recover through the use of our software or have permission from the legitimate owner to perform these acts. Any illegal use of our software will be solely your responsibility. Accordingly, you affirm that you have the legal right to access all data, information and files that have been hidden.
You further attest that the recovered data, passwords and/or files will not be used for any illegal purpose. Be aware password recovery and the subsequencial data decryption of unauthorized or otherwise illegally obtained files may constitute theft or another wrongful action and may result in your civil and (or) criminal prosecution.