We’ve recently updated Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery, adding enhanced GPU-assisted recovery for many supported formats. In a word, the new release adds GPU-accelerated recovery for OS X keychain, triples BitLocker recovery speeds, improves W-Fi password recovery and enhances GPU acceleration support for Internet Key Exchange (IKE).
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Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery Updated with OS X Keychain Support and Enhanced GPU AccelerationThursday, November 26th, 2015
We have just released a long-awaited update to one of our flagship products, Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery. While you can learn more about what’s been added and changed from our official announcement, in this post we’d like to share some insight about the path we took to design this update. (more…)
As the second summer month is coming to an end, it’s time to sum up our news and updates that you might have missed because of vacation in some tropical heaven. Last two weeks brought us really hot days, not only because of the temperature in Moscow City but also due to hard work on program updates. Here is the news:
- We released the new version of Distributed Password Recovery. It features support for TheBat! and TheBat! Voyager mail clients master passwords (masterkey.dat) and passwords to TheBat! backup files (*.tbk). The GPU acceleration has been extended and now works for Domain Cached Credentials (DCC), as well as Office 2007, Adobe PDF 9, Windows logon passwords (LM and NTLM), WPA/WPA2, and MD5 hashes.
- A new version of Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor was released. EWSA 1.03 is able to extract WPA-PSK password hashes from local systems when Wireless Zero Configuration is used.
- Our website is now available in Spanish, Italian, and Polish. We promise to add more languages soon to bring our customers information in their native tongues.
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