How to remove and reset Excel password

Atomic Excel Password Recovery

Helps remove passwords from Microsoft Excel

Password-protected Microsoft Excel files may become a problem once a password gets lost or forgotten.

But don’t worry! Atomic Excel Password Recovery will be there for you.

The program is designed to retrieve passwords to open Microsoft Excel files - the task it copes with perfectly well:

  • Supports Microsoft Excel's .xls files
  • Three types of password attacks
  • Simple and easy to use
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version 2017 for Windows x86/x64
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Small-sized software for large tasks

Atomic Excel Password Recovery is a small-sized program however it is irreplaceable in the case of serious problems such as a lost password for Microsoft Excel. The program is your ultimate solution capable of retrieving a lost password and it won’t take you much time to grasp the usage scenarios.

Supporting Microsoft Excel

Atomic Excel Password Recovery supports .xls files with a 40-bit encryption key. That refers to files created with:

  • Microsoft Excel 95
  • Microsoft Excel 97
  • Microsoft Excel 2000
  • Microsoft Excel 2002

The software also supports files created in newer versions of Microsoft Excel. However it is necessary they be created in compatibility with Excel 97-2003.

To recover passwords for Excel 2007-2016 use GPU-enabled software.

One program. Three password attacks

Atomic Excel Password Recovery offers three password searching methods also referred to as attacks:

  • Extensive search — a method searching an encryption key. The method guarantees password removal from an Microsoft Excel file. Instead of searching for a password the program sequentially tests encryption keys. Once the needed key has been found the program just decrypts the file. At the same time the password is removed. Such Excel files can be decrypted online.
  • Password template — Brute force attack — Direct password search. The program sequentially tests all possible variations of passwords within the pre-set range. The following parameters can be defined: set of symbols used in password generation, initial password, initial and final length of password.
  • Dictionary attack. Password is searched for based on a dictionary – a text file with a set of words-passwords. The program sequentially tests all dictionary entries. Atomic Excel Password Recovery supports simultaneous search based on several dictionaries and allows editing passwords sourced from the selected dictionaries. Several sets of dictionaries can be found on the website.
Password attacks at the Atomic Excel Password Recovery

Atomic Excel Password Recovery. It IS easy!

The interface of Atomic Excel Password Recovery is extremely simple: select a password-protected Microsoft Excel file, select attack type, enable simple parameters to configure generation and modification of passwords and start the search process.

As soon as Atomic Excel Password Recovery finds the password Microsoft Excel file you will be able to copy it and open your document.

Atomic Excel Password Recovery removes Excel's Password to Open

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version 2017 for Windows x86/x64

Atomic Excel Password Recovery Unlimited

Free trial version of Atomic Excel Password Recovery features limited functionality:

  • Finds passwords of maximum 4 characters

To get rid of the restrictions it is necessary to purchase a license. License fee:

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Atomic Excel Password Recovery

30.00 US Dollars
Personal use
45.00 US Dollars
Commercial use
 

A licensed version of Atomic Excel Password Recovery offers the following:

  • Fully functional software
  • Free updates for the period of one year
  • 70% discount for update in one year
  • Free technical support

Password Recovery for Microsoft Word and Excel/Word VBA

Atomic Excel Password Recovery recovers ONLY passwords to open Microsoft Excel files. To retrieve passwords for Microsoft Word and Excel/Word VBA we recommend using our special solutions:

 

 

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