Access Password Recovery Technical FAQ:

 

1 What is Access Password Recovery?
2 Which version of Access does it support?
3 How to register Access Password Recovery?
4 System Requirements for running Access Password Recovery?
5What is brute-force attack?
6 What is brute-force with mask attack?
7 What’s "Character Set"?
8 What is "Dictionary Attack"??
9 What is "Smart Mutations"?
10What is the "Program Priority"?
11What if I stop recovering the password?
12What's the difference between the trial version and full version?

Answers To Frequently Asked Questions:

 

1. Q:What is Access Password Recovery?

A: Access Password Recovery is a password recovery software, which can recover lost mdb and accdb password for Microsoft Access.

 

2. Q:Which version of Microsoft Access does it support?

A: Access Password Recovery supports all versions of Microsoft Access from version 97 to 2013.

 

3. Q:How to register Access Password Recovery?

A: Select Help | Register menu item. The program will prompt you for code; enter your register code and click “Register” button.

 

4. Q:System Requirements for running Access Password Recovery?

A: Access Password Recovery can run on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2012/2008/2003/2000(32-bit or 64-bit), System requirements:

1 GHz processor (2.4 GHz is recommended);

128 MB of RAM (1 GB is recommended);

4 MB of free hard disk space.

 

5. Q:What is brute-force attack?

A: This Attack will try all possible characters combinations in the specified Range. The Range is defined by "Range" and "Length" Options. Instructs the program what characters have been used in the password. You can choose from all capital letters, all small letters, all digits, all special symbols and the space, or all printable (includes all of the above).

 

6. Q:What is brute-force with mask attack?

A: This Attack is useful when you remember a part of Password. For example if you remember that length of your password was 5 characters and password begins from "A", you can define the mask "A????" and save the time by trying 4 symbols instead of 5. A Password Mask must be defined to use this Attack.

 

7. Q:What’s "Character Set"?

A: It is only available to "Brute-force with Mask Attack" which instructs the program what characters have been used in the password and restrict the search area.
a-z, 0-9,A-Z, -_?!@#$... : Defined by the Predefined Passwords Ranges. If the password contains these, check it.
Custom Character Set : You can define your own Character Set for the Brute-Force Attack. Check "Custom Character Set" and enter the Character with your own.
Prefix : If you remember the beginning of the password characters check it and enter the Character.
Suffix : If you remember the end of the password characters check it and enter the Character.

 

8. Q:What is "Dictionary Attack"?

A: It is an effective attack for you to recover lost password with a default dictionary in the program. The program will try every password in the dictionary. Besides, you can add your own dictionary to the program for saving the recovery time. The dictionary is just a text file with one word at a line; lines are separated with line breaks.

 

9. Q:What is "Smart Mutations"?

A: Smart Mutations allows you to try combinations among passwords in the dictionary. If you want more character combinations, check "Smart Mutations" and choose a number for "Mutation Count". For example, if you select the dictionary file contains three words(ab,cd,12), then you choose 2 for "Mutation Count" in order to let the program mutate with these three sets, like ab,cd,12,abab,abcd,ab12,cdab,cdcd,cd12,12ab,12cd,1212 ,etc. Select a number in the "Max Password Length" for the possible maximum length of your password.

 

10. Q:What is the "Program Priority"?

A: Changing Program Priority allows you to control the allocation of processing resources on your computer. By default, all processes are at normal priority.
Idle priority means that Access Password Recovery will not interrupt other programs, so attacks will not decrease the performance of other running applications.
High priority means that Access Password Recovery will use all available system resources. The performance of other applications will degrade but Access Password Recovery will work as fast as possible.

 

11. Q:What if I stop recovering the password?

A: The program will save the recovery process automatically. It will continue the process even if it suddenly suspended.

 

12. Q:What's the difference between the trial version and full version?

A: Access Password Recovery Free Trial Version can only recover a password which is less than 3 digits. We do not guarantee thorough technical support for users of the trial version. Purchasers of the full version of the program can receive guaranteed priority technical support.