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'''unprotect.info''' is a software utility that can recover passwords to the file-based TrueCrypt volumes by using the [[brute-force]] attack. '''unprotect.info''' runs on [[Windows|Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000]]. It is free for both personal and commercial use.
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'''unprotect.info''' is a software utility that can recover passwords to the file-based [[TrueCrypt]] volumes by using the [[brute-force]] attack. '''unprotect.info''' runs on [[Windows|Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000]]. It is free for both personal and commercial use.
  
 
== Supported encrypted volumes ==
 
== Supported encrypted volumes ==

Latest revision as of 18:29, 13 May 2011

unprotect.info
Maintainer: WinAbility Software
OS: Windows
Genre: Encryption
License: WinAbility Software License
Website: unprotect.info

unprotect.info is a software utility that can recover passwords to the file-based TrueCrypt volumes by using the brute-force attack. unprotect.info runs on Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000. It is free for both personal and commercial use.

Supported encrypted volumes

unprotect.info can currently recover passwords to the volumes encrypted with the following algorithms:

Unsupported encrypted volumes

If an encrypted volume was created with one of the following options, its password currently cannot be recovered with the unprotect.info software:

  • Deprecated hash functions: SHA1
  • Deprecated ciphers: DES, CAST, Blowfish
  • Deprecated encryption modes: LWR, CBC
  • Combination encryption algorithms, such as: AES-Twofish, etc.
  • Volumes encrypted with the key files
  • Hidden volumes, encrypted partitions, or encrypted drives.

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