Online PowerPoint Password Recovery


We can recover passwords for any version of encrypted MS Office PowerPoint files (ppt  & pptx).
Please upload your file here and follow the instructions.

Please upload your file here and follow the instructions.

Online PowerPoint Password Recovery

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Maximum upload file size: 100MB

Chances Of Recovery

We can recover the passwords from all versions of MS PowerPoint through a popular database. The interesting fact is that it can be done quickly, and the probability of password recovery is 22%. If the attempt is unsuccessful, we can start searching for a lost password on 20+ billion databases.

Note that you have to pay for this service, and the recovery chances, in this case, are about 61%. You know the MS office 2003 PowerPoint documents and their previous models give fast results of password recovery. However, a later version might take a long time.

Process To Unlock Password

There are two types of passwords for PowerPoint file protection. The first will be a password to open a document, while the other password will be removed to change. Then let’s discuss each case in detail.

If You Don’t Know The Password:

You know that all PowerPoint files are password protected and encrypted with a robust algorithm. So, if you don’t remember the password, it will be impossible to remove the password protection or hack the file.

You can only guess the password through constant search among the possible options until you find the right one. Indeed, it’s a lengthy and resource-intensive process, but it will be worth it because only then can you decrypt your desired document. To speed up the recovery, we can also use brute force or combined attacks.

If You Know The Password:

For opening your PowerPoint document, you have to remove the password first. It can be as simple as using the MS office, so follow the steps below:

Enter the correct password and then open your document.

Tap on the file and choose the option “info” at the left corner.

Select “protect presentation and then “encrypt with password.”

Then remove the previous password and save the file.

Pay After The Successful Attempt

You don’t have to pay for weak password recovery or for making changes in the document. Just upload your file, and then you can download the unlocked PowerPoint file in a couple of seconds. Remember that you have to pay only if the password is restored successfully with Strong Password Recovery.

Although strong passwords require massive databases, that ultimately means you have to pay beforehand for this service. Other than that, we can also brute force passwords with a mask that will guarantee 100% accurate results, but its price depends on the type of request.

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