Security Software Encryption RAR Password Cracker

RAR Password Cracker 4.44 for Windows

by dnSoft Research Group

Avg. Rating 3.0 (4 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.3 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 13,103
Publisher dnSoft Research Group
Homepage RAR Password Cracker

Publisher's Description

RAR Password Cracker is intended for finding forgotten passwords to RAR archives of versions 2.XX. It finds by the method of exhaustive search all possible combinations of characters or using passwords from a list. The program is able to save a current state of operation. The skillful configuring allows to perform parallel processing. The process with self-extracting archives (SFX) and multi volume archives is supported.

Latest Reviews

rhoadesb

rhoadesb reviewed v4.12 on Aug 20, 2006

The good news:
Rar Password Cracker version 4.12 works as indicated.

The bad news regarding decrypting Rar/Winrar versions 3.00 - 3.60:
Rar's encryption is VERY hard to decrypt unless the cypher was poor to begin with. So, if the file you are trying to decrypt has a GOOD password, you can forget about cracking it unless your with the CIA, etc.. PERHAPS they could. Otherwise I believe decades, centuries, or more might be needed to decipher a rar file with a well thought out "password".

Perhaps older versions of Rar/Winrar have weaker encryption and are easier to decrypt.

I should also say I am not a cryptography expert, this is only how things appear to me.

radius

radius reviewed v4.00 Beta 1 on Jun 7, 2002

no support for winrar 3 files
i was not able to brute force the examples files with all the keyboard keys ...

Avg. Rating 3.0 (4 votes)
Your Rating
rhoadesb

rhoadesb reviewed v4.12 on Aug 20, 2006

The good news:
Rar Password Cracker version 4.12 works as indicated.

The bad news regarding decrypting Rar/Winrar versions 3.00 - 3.60:
Rar's encryption is VERY hard to decrypt unless the cypher was poor to begin with. So, if the file you are trying to decrypt has a GOOD password, you can forget about cracking it unless your with the CIA, etc.. PERHAPS they could. Otherwise I believe decades, centuries, or more might be needed to decipher a rar file with a well thought out "password".

Perhaps older versions of Rar/Winrar have weaker encryption and are easier to decrypt.

I should also say I am not a cryptography expert, this is only how things appear to me.

radius

radius reviewed v4.00 Beta 1 on Jun 7, 2002

no support for winrar 3 files
i was not able to brute force the examples files with all the keyboard keys ...

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