Password Status Codes

Office Password Recovery Lastic can recover or remove various types of passwords across many Microsoft Office documents. The password status is displayed in the main window next to the document name.

Here is the complete list of statuses displayed in the list and their descriptions:

Crack – click this to crack a certain password.

<cracking> – signifies that the cracking process is in progress.

<none> means the document has no password, or the password was successfully erased.

<enabled> means the document has a password that you can crack with Office Password Recovery Lastic.

<demo> means you can crack the password for this document only in the registered version of Office Password Recovery Lastic. Click here to learn how to register the program.

<empty> – the document is protected with an empty password.

<error> – there was some error during cracking of document’s password.

<recovered> – all passwords of the document have been recovered, and you can view them in the Password mode.

<key not found> – this status means that the Password Server was unable to find the decryption key required to unprotect the document.

<strong> – this status means that the password uses strong encryption algorithm (AES-128). Office Password Recovery Lastic can not recover or remove strong passwords of MS Office 2007/2010 documents, and can only reset password to open in MS Word and MS Excel 97/2000/XP/2003 documents (with standard 40 bit encryption).

<CSP> – the status indicates that the document is protected with a non-standard Crypto Service Provider that is not supported by the program. Office Password Recovery Lastic can not recover or crack passwords in documents protected with non-standard CSP.