New version of Advanced Office Password Recovery unlocks all Office 2007 passwords

ElcomSoft Co.Ltd. has released Advanced Office Password Recovery (AOPR) v. 4.0, an application that allows business managers, information technology support administrators, and law enforcement officials to gain access to Microsoft(R) Office(R) password-protected documents that have been accidentally or purposefully password protected.

This new product combines the latest and the most advanced cryptanalysis algorithms developed by ElcomSoft's research department. AOPR is capable of instantly recovering passwords for a wide range of Microsoft's business and office applications, including all components of MS Office, from the very first DOS versions to Office 2007 programs, including the ones for Windows, Mac, Pocket PC and localized versions. More than 30 different types of password encryption methods are supported. In addition to unlocking the file "open" passwords, version 4.0 gives you access to all Office Suite passwords, from Word document "save" protection to Excel workbook and sheet passwords.

Microsoft Office document security has been enhanced considerably in its 2007 version. The encryption information block is the same as in Office XP/2003, but Office 2007 always uses AES encryption, the strongest industry-standard algorithm available, with 128 bit key and SHA-1 hashing. AOPR is specially designed to deal with Office Suite's enhanced security.

In addition to being extremely fast, AOPR is very conservative of system resources. Unlike some resource-hogging applications bloated with extraneous features, AOPR is remarkably easy, very user-friendly, and comes with a wealth of customization options especially designed for encryption and PC forensics specialists.

AOPR Professional v. 4.0 runs under Windows 2000/XP/Vista/2003. AOPR Professional costs $199 (US) for a single-user license, with affordable Home and Standard versions available. A free trial version is also available.

For more information, visit Advanced Office Password Recovery web page.