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PowerPoint Password Recovery

  • PowerPoint Password by is an advanced and highly-optimized password recovery tool for MS PowerPoint Presentations and Templates (*.ppt, *.pptx, *.pot, *.potx).
  • It works with files from all MS PowerPoint versions including the latest PowerPoint 2019.
  • You may also check VBA Recovery Toolkit to access locked VBA Projects.

PowerPoint Password Recovery Features:

  • Write Protection passwords are recoverable instantly.
  • Several attacks can be configured and queued for "password to open" recovery:info
  • "Save passwords to a file" option to verify search settings or to generate a new wordlist, etc.
  • Highly optimized code (SSE, AVX, AVX2, AVX-512) guarantees best performance.info
  • Utilizes NVIDIA and AMD Graphics processing units with a high-performance methods.
  • Utilizes modern Intel HD Graphics GPUs.Intel GPU support
  • Supports up to 64 simultaneous processing threads (multi-CPU, multi-GPU).
  • Audio, script or web address based post-search notification.
  • All MS PowerPoint versions are supported.
  • Windows 7 - Windows 10.

Program Screenshots:

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PowerPoint "Password to Open":

Encryption methods used in MS PowerPoint 2007 - 2019 are based on strong encryption algorithms and password recovery or decryption cannot be guaranteed in a fixed timeframe. Encryption methods used in PowerPoint 2000 - 2003 allows faster recovery speed, but exhaustive password search is still required.
In order to recover these types of passwords, candidates have to be created based on dictionary, sequentially with a charset and length selected or as a combination of dictionary, sequential (brute-force) and fixed parts. PowerPoint Password allows you to set several attacks in a queue, split password in parts and set each part independently with virtually endless number of combinations. Additional modifications are available including unique keyboard layouts-aware recovery technique, char replacements (e.g. S or s with 5), etc.
You may also check Password Search FAQ.

Password Recovery Speed:

We did our best to enhance this tool performance as well as the recovery speed with some advanced methods and it found to be the fastest tool for MS PowerPoint "password to open" recovery. Password recovery speed for very common hardware is available below to back this statement up.

CPU:
 
PowerPoint 2003:
Intel® Core™2 Duo
T7500 @ 2.20GHz
Intel® Core™ i3
2100 @ 3.10GHz
Intel® Core™ i3
4130 @ 3.40GHz
Intel® Core™ i7
2600 @ 3.40GHz
~3 000 000 p/s ~6 000 000 p/s ~7 500 000 p/s ~12 000 000 p/s

PowerPoint 2007 - 2019:
The final password recovery speed is equal to CPUspeed + GPU(1)speed + ... + GPU(N)speed.
For example (PowerPoint 2007): Intel i3 + Intel HD 4400 GPU + NVIDIA GT 640 = 2 100 + 820 + 5 700 = ~8 600 p/s (passwords per second).

CPU:
 
Instructions Set:
PowerPoint 2007:
PowerPoint 2010:
PP 2013 - 2019:
Intel® Core™2 Duo
T7500 @ 2.20GHz
Intel® Core™ i3
2100 @ 3.10GHz
Intel® Core™ i3
4130 @ 3.40GHz
Amazon EC2 "c5.large"
Xeon® Platinum core
SSE2 AVX AVX2 AVX512
~470 p/s ~940 p/s ~2 100 p/s ~2 500 p/s
~230 p/s ~475 p/s ~1 050 p/s ~1 200 p/s
~30 p/s ~60 p/s ~135 p/s ~210 p/s

Integrated GPUs
Modern integrated GPUs (like Intel HD and Iris Graphics) can be used for password recovery acceleration. Integrated GPUs are not as powerful as dedicated (discrete) devices and often overlooked but can add up to 30% to CPU performance.

Discrete GPUs
Compute units or stream multiprocessors (CU, SM, SMX, SMM) are the main building blocks of GPU calculation power, thus 32xCU GPU card is almost 2 times faster than 16xCU GPU card of the same family and architecture running on the same frequency.

NVIDIA
For cards with compute capability sm_35 (Kepler 2.0) and above (Maxwell, Pascal, Volta) you can expect approximately 2400 p/s per every SM running at 1000Mhz for PowerPoint 2007, 1200 p/s for PowerPoint 2010 and 160 p/s per SM for PowerPoint 2013-2019. Test results below are shown to be very close to this estimation.

+ NVIDIA GPU:
 
PowerPoint 2007:
PowerPoint 2010:
PP 2013 - 2019:
GTX 470 (sm_20)
14xSM, 625 MHz
GT 640 (sm_35)
2xSMX, 1046 MHz
Tesla K80 (sm_37)
2x13xSMX, 876 MHz
Tesla V100 (sm_70)
80xSM, 1246 Mhz
+ 10 300 p/s + 5 600 p/s + 54 000 p/s + 240 000 p/s
+ 5 200 p/s + 2 850 p/s + 27 000 p/s + 120 000 p/s
+ 710 p/s + 340 p/s + 3 300 p/s + 18 000 p/s

AMD
AMD GPUs are very "password recovery friendly" and consistent with architecture change from VLIW5 to VLIW4 and now to GCN. You can expect approximately 1500 p/s per every CU running at 1000Mhz for PowerPoint 2007, 750 p/s for PowerPoint 2010 and 130 p/s per CU for version 2013-2019.

+ AMD GPU:
 
PowerPoint 2007:
PowerPoint 2010:
PP 2013 - 2019:
HD 6770
10xCU, 850 Mhz
R9 270
20xCU, 925 MHz
RX 480
36xCU, 1266 MHz
+ 15 500 p/s + 27 000 p/s + 74 000 p/s
+ 7 800 p/s + 13 800 p/s + 37 000 p/s
+ 760 p/s + 2 400 p/s + 6 400 p/s

It is important to mention that AMD and NVIDIA architectures are quite different and although AMD per CU performance is lower, there are more CUs per card in a similar price range. Moreover GPU performance is somewhat variable with number of factors including GPU/CPU combination and even a driver version. Please contact us if your recovery speed is noticeably different from the data above.

Trial Version Limitations:

Trial version allows you to setup and test run any password search for up to 15 min per set. Recovered password are hidden behind the asterisks.

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