PassFab for PDF

An easy-to-use PDF password unlocker that allows you to decrypt and get access to password protected PDF files with ease.

Recover PDF Password at the Drop of A Hat

PDF Password Recovery can quickly search for the user/open password to your encrypted PDF file and instantly recover password-locking PDF documents created with all versions of PDF files.

Step1: Import PDF file
Step2: Select a proper attack type
Step3: Start PDF password recovery

Use Various Attack Types to Recover PDF Passwords

3 attacking types satisfy the most demanding and savvy customers: Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack.

Brute-force Attack

Attempt all possible passwords.

Brute-force with Mask Attack

Find target password from customized setting.

Dictionary Attack

Search password from list.

Recover Fast with GPU, Multi-core CPU

Take advantage of GPU acceleration and Multi-core CPUs to greatly accelerate PDF password recovery. It supports NVIDIA CUDA and ATI OpenCL GPUs.

Tech Spec

Supported Operating System:

Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP (32-bit/64-bit)

CPU:

1GHz (32 bit or 64 bit)

RAM:

256 MB or more of RAM (1024MB Recommended)

Encryption Algorithms:

Support a wide range of encryption algorithms, including the latest 256-bit AES, 128-bit AES, 128-bit RC4, and 40-bit RC4.

Hard Disk Space:

200 MB free space and above

GPU:

VIDIA G80+ (GT8600 to GTX1080 TI)

PDF:

Support all versions of Adobe Acrobat (including the latest Acrobat 10.0) or any other PDF application

How to Use PDF Password Recovery?

PDF Password Recovery is an excellent PDF password recovery tool available that can be used to decrypt protected owner password as well as user password. After removing, the encrypted PDF files can be opened and with edit, copy and print functions enabled. Follow the step-by-step guide below to get a full knowledge on how to use this software.

  • Part I. How to Recover PDF Password?
  • Part II. How to Deploy Password Attack Settings?
Part I: How to Recover Lost PDF Password

Download and install PDF Password Recovery on your computer. After that, launch it and then follow the steps to remove password.

Step 1: Import Password-protected PDF File

Click "Add" button to navigate to the PDF encrypted PDF file on your PC, and then import it to this program. Select your file in the Open File window and click "Open".

Step 2: Select Attack Type and Deploy Settings

There are 3 attack types available: Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack. Select an attack type according to how much clues about the password you can provide, and then define the corresponding attack settings.

Step 3: Start to Recover PDF Password

Click "Start" button in the Menu to initiate the program. Within minutes, your desired password will be recovered successfully with displayed in the File Opening Password Box. Next, just close the box and exit the program, then use this password to access to the target or locked PDF file.

Part II. How to Deploy Password Attack Settings?

After attack type selected, you then need to set up attack settings accordingly. For each attack, the settings or sets are different, seen as below:

Option 1: If you choose Brute-force Attack, the program will try all possible combinations by default, so no need to define any setting.
Option 2: If you choose Brute-force with Mask Attack, you then need to click "Brute-force" on the taskbar.

Later you should define the sets such as Min Length, Max Length, Character Set etc. by yourself according to the possible clues about the password you could recall of.

Option 3: If you choose Dictionary Attack, then click "Dictionary" on the taskbar.

This attack is highly recommended. If use properly, it is the fastest when compared with the above two attacks. This attack is intended to seek the possible password based on a dictionary. This dictionary can be the integrated one or the one you provide. The integrated dictionary is a text file listing common character combinations, such as a, ab, 123, 4, AB, etc. that people may frequently use for passwords. You can also create a dictionary by listing your character sets that you frequently use to let the program base on when seeking passwords. If so, the seeking scope is largely reduced and it is bound to save time for the process.

Users' Reviews
Jason

"I can't remember my PDF password. I was recommended by my friend to use your software, I tried and find it work for me."

Alex

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