Simplest Method to Decrypt PowerPoint Presentation
Unprotect encrypted PowerPoint files with a single click regardless of the password complexity.
Powerful Attack Types
This program performs a range of attacks on a protected document in order to speed up the recovery. It offers 3 attack types for you, namely Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack
High Recovery Speed
Allows you to enjoy a higher recovery speed with Multi-core CPUs and NVIDIA-GPU technology, which greatly accelerate PowerPoint password recovery speed.
Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP (32-bit/64-bit)
1GHz (32 bit or 64 bit)
256 MB or more of RAM (1024MB Recommended)
200 MB free space and above
VIDIA G80+ (GT8600 to GTX1080 TI)
2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000 and 97
How to Use PowerPoint Password Recovery
PowerPoint Password Recovery helps you recover PowerPoint file password for all version of MS PowerPoint and get access to encrypted PowerPoint files. Here is a concise user guide for you to decrypt PPT files with this program.
Click "Add" and navigate to the target PowerPoint file on your computer, and then load it to the program.
On the main interface, select any one of the 3 attacks.
- Option 1: Choose "Brute-force Attack" if you can't recall any clue at all. 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. And then hit on "Settings" fill in the Password Length and Character Set with extra details according to how many clues about the lost password you could recall of.
- Option 3: If you choose "Dictionary Attack", then click "Settings" on the interface. This attack is highly recommended. You can also create a dictionary by listing your Character Set that you frequently use to let the program base on when seeking passwords. Import your own dictionary or use the default one that comes with this program.
Hit "Start" button to start recovering PPT password. Within minutes, your password will be recovered and displayed in the File Opening/Editing Password Box. Next, just close the box and exit the program, then use this password to access to the target or locked PPT file.