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I*ve put a pass on a rar file  6 months ago .. i know  what  was the pass format .  was 2 words and 2 set of numbers .... The words are the same for all my rar pass files but this time i manage to forget the numbers that i put .

wordXXXXwordYYYY      .  i can't try  manually . Is there a software  that i can use ? 

 

Thank you a lot.

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There's software to brute force passwords, but the forum rules strictly forbid discussing stuff like that, since we can't know for sure this is your own set of files.

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Just google around, there is application that brute force every combination i forgot what it was called but if it 2 words and 2 number it might take a while. Also there is dictionary attack as well.

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4 minutes ago, EMC said:

Just google around, there is application that brute force every combination i forgot what it was called but if it 2 words and 2 number it might take a while. Also there is dictionary attack as well.

Correction, I Looked up a password brute forcing calc, and if you can try 2000 passwords a sec, then it'll take 45941720914625 years. And 2000 passwords a sec is A LOT.

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John the Ripper, find him.

 

30 minutes ago, timl132 said:

Correction, I Looked up a password brute forcing calc, and if you can try 2000 passwords a sec, then it'll take 45941720914625 years. And 2000 passwords a sec is A LOT.

That says nothing if you don't back it up regarding what kind of algorithms are we talking about here. Passwords can be stored in many ways, with either a rather fast hashing algorithm or a proper slow hashing function designed for passwords or whatever else way.

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