Released New Tool – Windows Password Kracker

Windows Password Kracker is the free & easy to use tool to recover the Windows login password. It supports password recovery from both LM (LAN Manager) or NTLM (NT LAN Manager) hash.



First you need to dump the password hashes from live or remote system using pwdump tool. Then feed the hash (LM/NTLM) for the corresponding user into ‘Windows Password Kracker’ to recover the password for that user.


Not only you can use it to recover your lost Windows password but also can be used to recover passwords for other user accounts in multi-user systems. Forensic investigators can dump the hashes from the live/offline system and then crack it using ‘Windows Password Kracker’ to recover the original password.


Though it supports only Dictionary Crack method, you can easily use tools like Crunch, Cupp to generate brute-force based or any custom password list file and then use it with ‘Windows Password Kracker’.


It works on both 32 bit & 64 bit windows systems starting from Windows XP to Windows 8.


So check out our 89th Tool – Windows Password Kracker

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