Passware Kit 2017 v2: Supports iOS 10.2, iOS Keychain And iCloud Photo Library

The new version of Passware Kit Forensic recovers passwords for iOS 10.2 iTunes backups, WPA/WPA2 WiFi connections. Instantly extracts passwords stored in iOS Keychain. Acquires images (including deleted ones) from iCloud Photo Library. Improves performance while running on multi-GPU systems or using Distributed Password Recovery.What’s New in Passware Kit Forensic 2017 v2

– Support for iOS 10.2 iTunes Backups
– Instant Decryption of Passwords Stored in iOS Keychain
– Data Acquisition from iCloud Photo Library
– Improved Performance: Multi-GPU Systems and Distributed Password Recovery
– Password Recovery for WPA/WPA2
– Export and Import of Known Passwords
– Dictionaries for Estonian, Finnish, and Polish Languages

Support for iOS 10.2 iTunes Backups
Recover passwords for iOS 10.2 iTunes backups using GPU-accelerated brute-force attacks.

Instant Decryption of Passwords Stored in iOS Keychain
Import passwords stored in Keychain from iOS backups.

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Data Acquisition from iCloud Photo Library
Download images (including deleted ones) from iCloud Photo Library.

Improved Performance: Multi-GPU Systems and Distributed Password Recovery
Updated workload balancing algorithm makes password recovery even faster for systems with multiple GPUs or network-distributed password recovery.

Password Recovery for WPA/WPA2
Recover WPA/WPA2 WiFi passwords using GPU-accelerated brute-force attack.

Export and Import of Known Passwords
Export or import known passwords list using the new “Known Passwords” option in the Tools menu.

Dictionaries for Estonian, Finnish, and Polish Languages
Built-in support for Estonian, Finnish, and Polish languages: Brute-Force, Dictionary, and Xieve attacks.

Pricing and Availability
Passware Kit Forensic is available directly from Passware and a network of resellers worldwide. The price is $995 with one year of free updates. Additional product information and screenshots are available at https://www.passware.com/pkf.

About Passware, Inc.
Founded in 1998, Passware, Inc. is the worldwide leading maker of password recovery, decryption, and electronic evidence discovery software. Law enforcement and government agencies, institutions, corporations and private investigators, help desk personnel, and thousands of private consumers rely on Passware software products to ensure data availability in the event of lost passwords. Passware customers include many Fortune 100 companies and various US federal and state agencies, such as the IRS, US Army, US Department of Defense (DOD), US Department of Justice, US Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Transportation, US Postal Service, US Secret Service, US Senate, and US Supreme Court. Passware is a privately held corporation with its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.

More information about Passware, Inc. is available at https://www.passware.com/

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