With PowerPoint Password Tuner tool, you can recover forgotten or lost password for your PowerPoint presentation efficiently and safely.
What can I do speed up PowerPoint password recovery speed?
1. Set the priority to allocate more CPU power to PowerPoint Password Tuner to speed up password recovery process.
2. Select the appropriate attack type and adjust corresponding attack settings.
For example, if you still remember partial of the password, use the Brute-force with Mask attack.
If you can list all possible passwords to create a password dictionary, select the Dictionary attack.
How to set Brute-force with Mask attack to speed up recovery speed?
First, select the Brute-force attack type, select the password characters range. Click on Length to set the minimal length and maximal length.
Next, select Mask attack to set the Start from, End at, Mask box. Such as, your password is "coco123", you still remember the first part is "coco", then you can set the Start from box to "coco", set the Mask box to "coco???" (Not include the double quote.).
How to use Dictionary attack to speed up Password recovery?
First, list all possible passwords to a notepad, save it to create a password dictionary.
Next, select Dictionary attack, click on Dictionary, and select the self-created dictionary to recover password.
How long does it take to recover PowerPoint forgotten password?
The time it takes to recover PowerPoint password, depends on the Password complexity and the attacking settings.
The stronger the password, the longer time it may take.
But, if you select the appropriate attack type, and adjust the corresponding settings, it will save much of time.
Can I suspend during the PowerPoint password recovery process?
Yes. If you want to pause, click on Stop button.
Can I save the PowerPoint password recovery process?
Yes. When you click on Stop button, you will be prompted to save the project. If want to save the project, click on Yes.
Can I resume the PowerPoint password recovery process?
Yes. If the PowerPoint password recovery process has been saved before, then it is able to be resumed the next time start. If the PowerPoint Password Tuner program has not been closed, then it will be resumed automatically the next time starts.
If the PowerPoint Password Tuner application has been closed, it will prompt you to resume manually when the next time starts.
Will the PowerPoint Tuner program damage to my PowerPoint presentation?
No. PowerPoint Password Tuner is designed with Read-only operations, so it won't cause any damage to your PowerPoint presentation.
What is the difference between trial version and full version?
The trial version only shows three characters of your password, even if they are all recovered. The full version shows all characters of your password.