Windows Password Recovery - screenshots and documentation
The program has SDI-like interface, i.e. it allows working with only one project at a time. A typical work flow is look like this:
- Creating a project
- Importing (loading) password hashes to the project. Editing the hashes: deleting, adding, selecting, etc.
- Recovering the hashes. Includes selecting, configuring and launching the selected one or several attacks.
- Analyzing the results.
The entire interface can be conventionally divided into several components:
- Menu Bar
- Information Bar - for displaying brief information texts - like tips, warnings, etc.
- Task Bar - duplicates and compliments the menu bar, providing quick access to the most common operations. Consists of three parts:
- Project - includes the main operations over project - like opening, closing, creating a new project, and importing hashes.
- Hash Editor. Duplicates the most common editing operations.
- Tools - includes a clock, calendar, and calculator.
- Main Window - bears the main burden and consists of 4 parts. The first tab is the welcome window. The second tab contains the list of hashes to be analyzed and recovered. Then there goes a tab with the current attack state (progress) indicator, a tab with the statistics/reports. And finally - a hardware monitor tab.
- Log Window - displays information on the current state of the application, current operation, etc. The program's log can be copied to clipboard or saved to a file (right-clicking opens the corresponding menu).
- Status Bar is designed for informational purposes.
Working with the program
Importing (loading) password hashes into the program
Attacking Windows hashes
Recovering passwords from hashes
Reports and audit
Attack comparison table
Passcape Online dictionaries
WPR additional tools
WPR advanced utilities
Windows Password Recovery FAQ
Windows password FAQ