Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2007
Passware Inc., the worldwide leader in recovery of lost passwords, today released Encryption Analyzer which has the ability to find all password protected files on any PC. Encryption Analyzer allows users to scan their computers fast and locate old, important, and password-protected files. In addition, Encryption Analyzer automatically launches a password recovery module in case a file password is lost.
Private files should be protected thoroughly and kept in the most hidden folders of computers. This is how the majority of people think, and they are absolutely right. But this can backfire when users come across old documents whose passwords have been long forgotten. The problem is more annoying if the need for this particular document is urgent. How can anyone be sure that he remembers passwords for all of his files, especially for documents that haven't been opened for a good while?
Software file formats are constantly changing, but it is possible to retrieve those old electronic diaries and other personal documents that were completely forgotten. Additionally, parents should be aware that their kids use passwords to protect their files.
A free check of protected files can disclose invaluable information. A full computer scan usually takes under an hour, and users will find it quick and easy to discover and unprotect their important files.
Standard version of Encryption Analyzer is totally free and can be downloaded at: http://www.lostpassword.com/encryption-analyzer.htm
Passware Inc. also offers a Professional version of Encryption Analyzer for $195, which scans systems over a network, includes a command-line mode, and saves detailed log files and MD5 hash values of protected files.
For software developers, Passware Inc. has released a .NET SDK, which allows using all the features of Encryption Analyzer Professional in their applications without any extra coding.
For more information, visit: http://www.lostpassword.com/encryption-analyzer.htm
About Passware Inc.
Founded in 1998, Passware Inc. provides help desk personnel, law enforcement, forensic agencies, IT professionals, business and home users around the world with security tools to ensure data availability in the event of lost passwords.
As a global company, Passware Inc. has offices in the United States and Europe. Passware Inc. is a direct seller of software and has a world-wide network of resellers. Current clients include: Microsoft, Motorola, McDonalds, The New York Times, Time Warner, Exxon, the U.S. Supreme Court, United Nations, and many more, including Fortune 50 companies.
Contact: Nataly Koukoushkina
Passware Inc., +1 (650) 472-3716 ext. 101