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Do you have an important Excel file whose password you have forgotten and need to read or edit it promptly? Then there are two options: you try to remember the password, or you use software to remove the protection. Various services and software developers are available for this purpose - some of them only with the aim of bringing malware onto your computer. Only a few providers are safe and with a money-back guarantee, one of them is passer. Passper offers the bypassing of password protection in Excel files, among other things in a monthly subscription.
Maybe you found a bunch of tables on an old hard drive or CD-ROM that you password-protected at some point. After a while, of course, you forget the character string that reveals the recordings. Then Passper for Excel also a suitable tool to reactivate the data believed to be lost. All information, downloading the software to crack Excel password and customer reviews can be found with this link. There is a free trial version as well as the full version for $ 19,95 a month or $ 29,95 a year.
Unfortunately, Passper for Excel and the other versions for ZIP, RAR, Word and other files are only available for Microsoft Windows. But if you have an Apple Mac on which the encrypted tables are stored, there is a workaround for you: use Parallels Desktop, VMware or, if necessary, Apple Boot Camp to run a Windows version on the Mac. Remove the Excel file password works with the mentioned program under Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP. With it you can crack the Excel password protection even on an old Mac or PC. This is also reflected in the system requirements such as 512 MB RAM or 1 GHz of the CPU.
If you've forgotten the Excel file password and want to use Passper to bypass the protection, you might be interested in how the program works. There are a total of three "attacks" that are used:
Of course, you should only use Passper to remove protection or restrictions from your own Excel files whose password you have forgotten. If you use the program or other procedures for data that is none of your business, then you can make yourself liable to prosecution. Incidentally, you will not make yourself liable to prosecution if you read one or the other post here in the blog - for example for Open BIN files on the Mac or whatever .aae files are ;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.