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Windows Password Recovery v13.1


Windows Password Recovery has been updated to version 13.1 that brings the following improvements:
 
 Support for TPM encryption when recovering passwords in Windows Hello credentials explorer.
 Support for NVidia Ampere GPUs.
 Some minor improvements.
 Dictionary parser now supports some string token rules. These rules are very useful when one needs to process/parse a dictionary or a dump using our Wordlist tools for example.
 Some problems were fixed displaying the program on high-resolution devices.
 Now you can set a custom description for a history hash entry. Previous versions do not allow changing this data field.
 Automatic configuration in Hardware Configuration Wizard was performing incorrectly for Intel devices.
 Sometimes the program popped up with a kernel error when running a bruteforce/mask attack on LM hashes using an NVidia GPU.
 A problem with AI attack has been fixed. The program stopped unexpectedly during an AI attack using certain PC configurations.
 An error opening the rainbow table generator was fixed.

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08:56:11 29.10.2020


 

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