MD5 Brute Force Tool 1.0
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- 29 KB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Dave Hope
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- C: \ Security \ Password Managers & Generators
The advantages of being portable
Thanks to the fact it is a command-line utility, installing MD5 Brute Force Tool is not necessary, so you can access the tool from any location on the hard disk, as well as run it on any machine from a USB flash drive or similar device.
Plus, it is important to mention that your Windows registry doesn’t get bloated with unnecessary entries.
Configure settings related to alphabet and maximum length
All you have to do is establish the alphabet to be used, along with the target MD5 file (must be placed in the same directory as MD5 Brute Force Tool) and maximum length.
Testing its performance
Depending on the alphabet's complexity and inputted maximum length, MD5 Brute Force Tool may complete a task in a few seconds or few hours.
Where it falls short
Unfortunately, it does not provide an option for exporting results (alphabet combination, MD5 signature, and target file) to a plain text document for further analysis.
Low memory usage
The application barely uses CPU and RAM, so it doesn't slow down performance and interfere in normal activity, since the Command Prompt dialog can be minimized to the taskbar.
An efficient command-line program
In conclusion, MD5 Brute Force Tool is a simple but powerful tool for testing the MD5 signatures of your files using brute force.
MD5 Brute Force Tool was reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on August 13th, 2014
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 2003 / NT