Password recovery utility for Microsoft Powerpoint presentations, featuring three attack modes (dictionary, brute-force mask, brute-force charset) and plenty of configuration settings.
- PowerPoint Password
- Version :2017-06-25
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Thegrideon Software
PowerPoint Password Description
PowerPoint Password is a comprehensive software tool designed to help you retrieve lost or forgotten passwords to Microsoft Powerpoint presentations (.ppt format). It features three attack modes and other powerful configuration settings to help you get ahold of the keys with minimal effort.
Simple installation and interface
After a brief and uneventful setup procedure that shouldn’t impose any difficulties, you are greeted by a classical window with a neatly organized look, representing PowerPoint Password’s interface.
Choose the password recovery mode
You can open Powerpoint files and start configuring password recovering settings. As previously mentioned, there are three attack modes available. The dictionary attack takes into account a text file and tries all existing combinations for the password. This text file can be edited by the user.
The second attack method is based on a mask and should be used if the password is partially known. The last one uses brute force to try all possible key combinations, and this takes the longest.
Different settings for each password recovery mode
Each attack mode comes with its own set of configurable settings. For example, in addition to the text file, the dictionary attack mode can be reinforced by applying extra modifications, like reverse, prefix, suffix, or capitalization.
Meanwhile, the brute-force attack mode for both the charset and mask can be tinkered with by indicating the exact key length or range, mask symbol, lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, symbols, space, or all printable characters. Custom strings of characters can be appended to the charset.
In addition, PowerPoint Password can be asked to allocate maximum resources to speed up the recovery procedure, disable GPU hardware acceleration, as well as to export and import data.
Evaluation and conclusion
The software application worked well in our tests, without triggering the OS to hang, crash or pop up error messages. It has a good response time and may take a long while to finish a scan job. However, it uses low CPU and RAM, so it doesn’t hamper system performance.
All in all, PowerPoint Password features some pretty powerful customization preferences dedicated to Microsoft Point presentations password recovery, so you can test it for yourself.