This program uses a brute force algorithm to guess your encrypted compressed file\'s password. If you forget your encrypted file password, this program is the solution. This program can crack zip,7z and rar file passwords.
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Thanks for the program, easy to use and still works good in 2016. I appreciate.
Good tool for stress testing Linux overclocked systems.
Easy to use and works.
rarcrack is a joke. The developer pooched the printf function such that the only way it runs is with the "--type rar" switch (it cannot detect normally), and the password generated is NEVER correct. I created an RAR with a password to see. It NEVER found the password, but dutifully spat out a password and called it good. That is a two hour span I'll never get back.
When I tried to Make I got: gcc -pthread rarcrack.c `xml2-config --libs --cflags` -O2 -o rarcrack rarcrack.c: In function ‘crack_thread’: rarcrack.c:206:32: warning: comparison between pointer and integer rarcrack.c: In function ‘init’: rarcrack.c:283:6: warning: format ‘%s’ expects type ‘char *’, but argument 3 has type ‘char (*)’ rarcrack.c:317:9: warning: ignoring return value of ‘fscanf’, declared with attribute warn_unused_result rarcrack.c: In function ‘crack_thread’: rarcrack.c:205:11: warning: ignoring return value of ‘fgets’, declared with attribute warn_unused_result I carried on with the install and it seemed to work, but when I ran it on a file it just said: RarCrack! 0.2 by David Zoltan Kedves (firstname.lastname@example.org) Not too helpful, all in all.