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How to Recover Lost or Forgotten Passwords with Advanced Password Retriever Platinum

If you have ever lost or forgotten the password of a document that has been encrypted by Office password protect or other similar applications, you know how frustrating it can be. You may have important data or information that you need to access, but you cannot open the document without the correct password. Fortunately, there is a solution for this problem: Advanced Password Retriever Platinum.

Advanced Password Retriever Platinum (APR) is a powerful and easy-to-use application designed to retrieve the lost or forgotten passwords of various types of documents, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, ZIP and RAR files. It allows you to recover passwords quickly without the need to re-type the password again and again. It can also recover passwords that have been re-encrypted by other password recovery tools.

In this article, we will show you how to use APR to recover your passwords in a few simple steps. You will need to download and install APR on your computer first. You can get it from here. The file name is advanced password retriever platinum v7.4.11 9build

Step 1: Launch APR and select the document type

After installing APR, launch it from your desktop or start menu. You will see a user-friendly interface with six tabs: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, ZIP and RAR. Each tab corresponds to a different type of document that you want to recover the password for. Select the tab that matches your document type.

Step 2: Browse and load the encrypted document

Click on the "Browse" button and locate the encrypted document that you want to recover the password for. Click on "Open" to load it into APR. You will see some information about the document, such as file name, size and encryption type.

Step 3: Choose the recovery mode and set the options

APR offers three recovery modes: Brute-force Attack, Dictionary Attack and Mask Attack. Each mode has its own advantages and disadvantages depending on the complexity and length of your password. You can choose the most suitable mode for your situation.

Brute-force Attack: This mode tries all possible combinations of characters until it finds the correct password. It is the most effective but also the most time-consuming mode. You can set the character range (such as lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numbers and symbols) and the password length (minimum and maximum) to speed up the process.

Dictionary Attack: This mode tries words from a predefined or custom dictionary file until it finds the correct password. It is faster than brute-force attack but less effective if your password is not a common word or phrase. You can select a dictionary file from APR's built-in list or import your own dictionary file.

Mask Attack: This mode tries passwords based on a mask that you specify. A mask is a string that contains some known characters or symbols of your password and some unknown characters represented by question marks (). For example, if you know that your password starts with "abc" and ends with "123", you can set the mask as "abc123". This mode is very fast if you have some clues about your password.

After choosing the recovery mode, you can also set some other options, such as auto-save progress, auto-shutdown computer and priority level.

Step 4: Start the recovery process and get your password

Click on the "Start" button to begin the recovery process. APR will display the progress bar, status and estimated time on the screen. You can pause or stop the process at any time if you want.

When APR finds the correct password, it will show it on a pop-up window. You can copy it to clipboard or save it to a file for later use. You can also open your document with the recovered password directly from APR.


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