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Windows Password Recovery v13.3


Windows Password Recovery has been updated to version 13.3:
 
 Support for NVidia 3xxx GPUs.
 A new feature for extracting and decrypting Windows PIN history. Windows has an option to track all previously used PINs. Even though this option is disabled by default, you can turn it on easily in the Group Policy editor. Just hit Win + R key combination, type in gpedit.msc, and press Enter. Expand Computer Configuration - Administrative Templates - System - PIN Complexity. Then locate the History option and enable or disable it to allow/disallow storing previously used PINs.
 Now the program can extract and display owner names when recovering Bitlocker passwords stored in Active Directory.
 Lookup and locate Bitlocker recovery passwords even for deleted Active Directory accounts.
 Some visual improvements.
 New speed benchmarks.
 A problem detecting fan speed on NVidia GTX and RTX cards was fixed.
 Attribute extraction was not working sometimes in the Active Directory Explorer tool.
 Sometimes the program was unable to decrypt LM hashes automatically when correspondent NT passwords were found.
 A bug has been eliminated running PIN recovery.

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16:45:29 04.05.2021


 

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