Editors' reviewAlthough it can cause your PC to run a bit sluggish, this program effectively recovers forgotten user passwords for your Windows system. LCP's functional interface is easy enough to use and understand. The program uses several password-recovery techniques, such as brute force, hybrid, and dictionary attacks, to quickly and accurately recover lost administrator passwords. To improve retrieval time, you set the minimum and maximum length of characters, character sets (letters, digits, and special characters), and combination range. First try the dictionary attack when you have used a meaningful word for your password. You can also use other dictionaries and check all possible lowercase and uppercase combinations. We noticed system slowdown during the recovery session, but LCP quickly and accurately recovered our administrator passwords. For users who have forgotten their Windows login passwords, this freeware program is a viable solution.
Accounts information import: import from local computer, import from remote computer, import from SAM file, import from .lc file, import from .lcs file, import from PwDump file, import from Sniff file. Passwords recovering by dictionary attack, brute force attack, hybrid of dictionary and brute force attacks. Brute force session distribution: sessions distribution, sessions combining. Hashes computing: LM and NT hashes computing by password, LM and NT response computing by password and server challenge.