New JRecoverer Security Tools Recover Database Passwords One Way or Another
A lost password, even to a mere end-user document, is a headache unless recovered. Therefore, tools that help recover database passwords are always in great demand.
One of such tools is the JRecoverer cross-platform software series by LCPSoft lately updated to version 1.1. This bundle includes JRecoverer for Oracle Database Passwords, JRecoverer for MySQL Passwords, JRecoverer for Microsoft SQL Server Passwords and JRecoverer for PostgreSQL Passwords. These programs unleash the combined power of classic brute force attack, dictionary attack and precomputed hashes attack using rainbow tables to recover a user password for the corresponding databases.
The security tools safely import the user account information from a database using one of the methods provided by the DBMS. Then, using one of the recovery methods or their combination JRecoverer restores passwords and generates text or graphical reports. JRecoverer natively supports various import and authentication types, and version 1.1 introduces Windows authentication in JRecoverer for Microsoft SQL Server Passwords.
Powered by Java, JRecoverer tools are fully cross-platform and, therefore, can work on virtually any hardware and operating system. This means a wide range of accomplished tasks and even more flexible and affordale solution for small and medium businesses. Moreover, LCPSoft has now announced a new all-in-one cost-effective bundle which comprises all four tools: JRecoverer Database Bundle.
Pricing and availability
The JRecoverer series of products is cross-platform and supports Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The price of each product starts at $55 for a one-year subscription and the renewal price of $35. The lifetime license costs $75. The same JRecoverer Database Bundle licenses cost $110, $70 and $150 respectively.