7z Cracker0.01

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Command-line application which enables you to recover passkeys from 7Z archives, as well as grab the files within, with a minimal amount of effort

editor's review




7z Cracker is a command line utility which enables you to easily extract items from a password-protected 7Z files, as well as retrieve the forgotten or lost passkey.

The advantages of a portable app

The installation process is not a prerequisite, as this tool is portable. This means that no changes are going to be applied to the Windows registry.

In addition to that, you can easily take 7z Cracker anywhere with you by simply placing the program files to a USB thumb drive, and thus run it on any computer you are granted access to.

Revealing the password and extracting items

Since this is a command line program, some less experienced individuals might feel a bit overwhelmed, yet you should know that the Read Me files it comes packed with are pretty explanatory and well-drawn.

As a result, all you have to do is place the 7Z archive you want to process in the program files, launch 7z Cracker and input the name of the aforementioned item.

The files included in the 7Z pack are going to be extracted in the same location, and the main window is going to display the passkey, as well as the time it took to figure it out and the average performance, expressed in passwords per minute.

Conclusion and performance

The computer’s performance is not going to be hampered at all as this app does not require any significant system resources in order to function properly. The response time is good and no errors, freezes or crashes have been detected in our tests.

To wrap it up, 7z Cracker proves to be a minimal, yet efficient piece of software, which can be used by other beginners and versed individuals.

7z Cracker was reviewed by Madalina Boboc
Last updated on August 28th, 2014
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