Archive for December, 2011

AIM Password Recovery 1.8 Released!

December 29th, 2011 by Admin

Hey all! We are glad to inform you that AIM Password Recovery 1.8 is released. Moreover this update is absolutely FREE for all registered users!

So, what about new features added? We’ve added the function of decrypting and recovering passwords for AIM 7, including the latest version AIM

Starting from AIM 7.0 the messenger has changed the encryption algorithm and doesn’t stored the passwords in Windows registry any longer. With the new version of AIM Password Recovery utility, you don’t need to care about where and how the AOL Instant Messenger 7.x stored the passwords. Just launch AIM Password Recovery program, click the Start Recovery button, the program will automatically find the encoded AIM passwords stored on the local computer, then decrypt and recover your logins and passwords right away!

Merry Christmas!

December 25th, 2011 by Admin

That special time of the year is almost here, and we wanted to thank you for your kind support! Let these holidays and the coming year give us all more strength, power, will and happiness so we all can reach new heights and horizons. We are so happy to produce good software for great people – for You!

How do you celebrate Christmas? Comment and share with us.

Happy Holidays!

How to Remove Restrictions for Protected PDF Document

December 15th, 2011 by Admin

Some PDF files come with restrictions that limit our work. We can’t print, copy or edit the content of an encrypted PDF file. And this could be the case even when you have the legal right to modify the document or copy from it. So in such situations, the best way out is to remove PDF password security and restrictions.

With PDF Password Recovery tool, you can instantly remove all PDF restrictions on printing, copying and editing. And this tutorial will show you how to remove PDF Permission Passwords (also known as Owner Password) and Get access to password-protected PDF files quickly and efficiently!

  1. Install PDF Password Recovery

    Click here to download the latest version of PDF Password Recovery package. Install it on your computer, then launch PDF Password Recovery program.

  2. Select PDF Document

    Click the button to select your protected PDF document you haven’t permissions to print / copy / edit it.

  3. Remove PDF Restrictions

    Select the Remove Owner Password option, then click Next button. The program will remove the PDF restrictions immediately. You should now see a copy of your document that can be opened without requiring a password.

How to create unique passwords you’ll never forget

December 14th, 2011 by Admin

I’ll admit it. I’ve used the same password for many of my online accounts, which is terribly dangerous in today’s online-driven society. I changed this unsafe practice by coming up with a very unique system and in this article I’ll show you how to create unique and easy-to-remember passwords for all your online needs.

Imagine for a second having the same password for all your accounts, and somehow (either using social engineering or other tactics, such as a key logger) someone gets a hold of it and has locked you out of everything. Your Gmail, your online banking accounts, your goDaddy account and your domains, etc. Now imagine trying to regain possession of all of these accounts. Surely, a nightmare.

In an ideal world, we would have different convoluted (numbers, lower-uppercase, symbols) passwords for every single one of our accounts. Now, at least for me, it would be impossible to remember all of these given the numerous online accounts I’ve got all over the internet. Sure, you can use a program that automatically stores and fills in unique passwords for you, such as Roboform, but just imagine how horrible it would be if, one; your computer caught on fire or got stolen, all your passwords are all gone! Two: if someone got discovered Roboform’s master password. Either way, you’re screwed.

Now imagine a system where you would have easy to remember AND unique passwords for every single account. I’ve come up with the perfect solution. I’ll give you an example of how to achieve this, but remember, just create your own unique way. Just bear with me.

First of all, think of 2 memorable short words and a number. You can use 2 of your current passwords, just to keep things simple, and a number.

  • first word: dog
  • second word: red
  • a number (someone’s birth year, reversed): 37

We’ve got dogred37. Remember, play with upper-lower case combinations.

Now we’ve got doGreD38.

Lets take this combination and make it the base of our unique passwords, and this is how:

For your Hotmail account. Grab the first letter of hotmail, h and the last letter, l. Now combine it with your master password, reversed, and we get: LdoGred37h

  • For Gmail: LdoGred37G
  • For eBay: YdoGred37e
  • For Amazon: NdoGreD37a

Now there you have it. Unique and easy to remember passwords. You’ll never have to click the “forgot your password” link and wait for an email in return EVER AGAIN! Even worse, you won’t be tempted to write down your password on that sticky note on your monitor.

Create your own system. Be creative, but not too creative, where you won’t remember your own combination. Keep it simple.

Please share (without revealing, obviously) how you create and remember passwords in the comments.

Asterisk Password Recovery 2.1

December 13th, 2011 by Admin

This is a totally new release of our award-winning Asterisk Password Recovery program with two major enhancements which were not available in any previous version.

  • Add support for Internet Explorer 9 (both 32-bit and 64-bit).
  • Ability to reveal asterisk passwords hidden behind the 64-bit applications.

All the users who purchased version 1.0/2.0 can update to 2.1 for free.

Thank you for staying with us!

Hello world!

December 11th, 2011 by Admin

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