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Automating password recovery: event notification
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Event notification

Event notifications

The event notification is aimed to automate the process of password recovery. There are several types of events. Refer to the table below to get some additional information on each notification.

Event Description
The program is starting This event occurs when the program has just been started and is ready to go.
The program is closing Nearly to exit the program.
A project was loaded/created Creating an empty project conforms to this event as well.
The project was saved Either a user or the program saved the current project to disk. This event may occur multiple times during an attack.
The project was closed A user closed the current project.
The task was started A new task has been started. A task includes one or more attacks and at least one password item.
The task is complete This event occurs when a user stopped the task, the last attack is over, or upon some errors.
New password items were imported/added A user loaded or added one or more password items to the current project.
The attack was started A new attack was launched. This event may be fired multiple times within a task scope. For example, when running a Batch attack.
The attack is complete This event occurs upon successful or unsuccessful completion of the current attack.
A password was found The program found a password.

After a new event is set, you can bind a notification to be executed every time this event is triggered. Here is the list of available notifications. You are free to contact us and propose additional ones you need.
  • Play sound file
  • Print out (to the default system printer)
  • Send e-mail message
  • Post HTTP notification
  • Run a program
  • Save to text file
  • Save to *.INI file
  • Save to SQLite database
  • Save to *.HTML file
  • Exit the program
  • Shut down the system
  • Restart the system
  • Hibernate the system
Use it with care, even though the notifications have a minor impact on the program's performance, some improperly set events or events executed with errors may cause the program to stall or work incorrectly.