Professional Access password recovery software that easily recovers lost or forgotten passwords set to any MDB or ACCDB file created with MS Access 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and 97.
The software incorporates a 'Search File' feature to find all MDB and ACCDB files in your system. This saves considerable time when you need to browse through each folder in your drive to locate the password-protected file.
With the help of this Access password recovery tool, you can specify the number of characters in your lost password by providing the minimum and maximum password length. The software searches within this range to quickly get close to the exact match.
The tool uses advanced masking techniques to facilitate smooth access database password recovery. You can either provide a few starting characters of your password or mask unknown characters in the password with a '?'.
The advanced password recovery software allows you to define the character set to be used for the password search process. You can choose from the list of all printable characters and achieve inexplicable results in the least possible time.
The software recovers MDB password by following a Brute-force Attack mechanism to try out every possible character combination. The recovery time varies depending on the complexity of the Access password.
Using this password recovery tool, you can instantly preview the recovered password after completion of the password search process. The software also gives you the choice to save the recovered Access password in a text file at any desired location for further reference.
This software recovers the lost password on every occasion. The time required, however, depends on the length and the options provided to recognize the password. For this, you should use the password options to track the password faster.
No, you cannot add any words in the dictionary.
No, you cannot add your own dictionary or modify the existing one in the application.
If you have not got your password, then try to be more specific by modifying the masking options.
No, you would have to start the process from the very beginning the next time you start. This feature is not currently available in the application.
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