Office Password Recovery Lastic
Tip: Also you could try to use online password recovery service Password-Find
Crack MS PowerPoint Password
Microsoft PowerPoint presentation can be protected with a password too. Office Password Recovery Lastic is software capable of restoring or resetting of PowerPoint document passwords.
First of all, open a PowerPoint presentation you would like to hack the password of. Alternatively, you can use the search function to locate all password-protected PowerPoint documents. The main window will represent a list of all documents found:
You can see status labels next to each PowerPoint presentation, they signify whether or not a document has a password, if that password can be restored or not, and the type of the password.
- <none> means a document doesn’t have a password, or the password was already reset.
- <enabled> means a document is protected with a password and the password can be hacked (that is: recovered or reset) with Office Password Recovery Lastic.
- <strong> means a document has a strong encryption password. Documents protected with a strong password can not be cracked.
To restore all passwords of all PowerPoint documents in the list simply click the Crack button. A progress indicator in the bottom of the window shows how the process goes. Once it finishes, you can open cracked documents in MS PowerPoint – simply double-click a presentation you need, then click the Open document button on the toolbar.
Conveniently, you can copy any recovered password to the clipboard. Right-click the document you need and select the type of a password you want to copy.
Also, you can crack any single password in a document. Switch to the Password mode by clicking the Passwords button. You should see the following dialog:
There are three types of password in PowerPoint: a password to open, a password to modify the document and a VBA project password. Office Password Recovery Lastic can remove a modification password and recover a VBA project password for PowerPoint documents that were created using MS Office 2007/2010.
Click the Crack button to crack all passwords of the document. If you want to reset or restore some particular password only, click the Crack link near its name.
When the crack process finishes, you should see a password in the list if it was successfully recovered. If the password was removed, you should see <none> instead.