Powerful WinRAR Recovery Tool
Quickly recover forgotten passwords from encrypted RAR archives (*.rar) created by any applications, including the latest version of WinRAR. Unlock any password-protected RAR archive no matter what compression and encryption algorithm is used.
3 Efficient Attack Type Provided
Try all combinations of password. It requires maximum time and it is usually used when you have no idea of the password.
Use this attack when you still remember part of your password, you can set approximate minimum and maximum length of the password and more.
Find the password based on a built-in or self-created dictionary. It is the quickest type.
Recover Fast with GPU & Multi-core CPU
Recover RAR password at high speed by using advanced SSE technology and new search algorithm. Also, it allows you to accelerate RAR password recovery speed with Multi-core CPUs, NVIDIA CUDA GPUs and ATI OpenCL GPUs.
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)
RAR Version: 3/2/1.5/1.3
WinRAR Version: 4.2/4.1/4.0/3.9/3.8/3.7/3.6/3.5/2.9
How to Recover RAR and WinRAR Archives Passwords Easily
RAR Password Recovery is a piece of quick and easy-to-use RAR Archive password recovery software. It can quickly crack the password of a locked file and get your lost password back. The guide below shows you how to use RAR Password Recovery step by step.
First download and install RAR Password Recovery on your PC.
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- Select "Brute-force Attack" if you can't remember anything about your password at all. It will try all possible combinations by default, so no need to define any setting.
- Select "Brute-force with Mask Attack" if you can provide any clue about the forgotten password. Later click "Settings" to 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.
- Select "Dictionary Attack" if you have a dictionary that is a text file listing common character combinations, such as a, ab, 123, 4, AB, etc. that people may frequently use for passwords. Click "Settings" to use the default dictionary that comes with this program, or import your own one.