Is this the fasted password recovery server in the world?
Hello every. One of my friend made a password decryption computer. It can break Word,Excel password within 1 min. You can see the text in the files quickly. I tested some word and excel files. long password, like 123pstCOM*(). it finished just 45 sec. You can not know the password with this server. But you can open the file without password. I want to know that is it the fasted way in the world? Just one server, 4U, one Cpu,100G harddrive, no rainbow table.
Sprint, that's fast in my book. Don't know if it is the fastest, but it would be fast enought. Is you friend going to publish anything on it?
Ok, I see. I think it is already fast enought aslo. I used it to decrypt 17 files yestarday, only 9 mins. My friend is going to put it to the market.
The important question is what version of word, excel, etc.
the version of word, excel is 2000,xp, 2003
This program dosn't support vista.
One of my friend made a password decryption computer. It can break Word,Excel password within 1 min. You can see the text in the files quickly.
Would you please provide details of the "password decryption computer"? What is its configuration? Which independent body validated this assertion? How about the source code? 😯
Using Office 2003 breaking any password never took more than a minute. Their encryption is horrible. For the Ence I ran a brute force password cracker on a zip file and at 60 trillion combinations I gave up. Took days!
I just saw a photo of an Intel chip with 80 processor cores. Tell me that won't be the fastest cracker when it's released.
While we are on the subject of password cracking hardware, I want to build a password cracking array using Distributed Network AttackÂ® (DNAÂ®), I think you get 100 licenses with FTKÂ®.
Here is the question, all other things being equal (RAM, disk speed, etc.) what would be faster; 10 computers with IntelÂ® Coreâ„¢ 2 Duo Processor E6700 (2.66GHz, 4M, 1066MHz FSB) or 20 computers with IntelÂ® PentiumÂ® 4 Processor 641 (3.20GHz, 2M, 800MHz FSB)?
As far as new computers go the first machine is almost twice as expensive as the second computer ($1384 vs $749). What got me thinking about this is all the "lots" of used computers I am seeing on eBay. It would seem like you could make a pretty fast network of cracking machines with used computers.
I wonder if it will be as expensive as AD's Rainbow Tables.