Posts Tagged ‘Thunder Tables’

Thunder Tables – now registered trademark

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Good news over here! We’ve got a nice and shiny registration certificate from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Now our Thunder Tables have their (R) sign.

 

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As you know Thunder Tables allow guaranteed decryption of Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word documents, check the link to get a detailed description: http://blog.crackpassword.com/2009/05/thunder-tables/

Living to the 64-bit rhythms

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

All modern AMD and Intel processors are 64-bit and corresponding Windows versions are also on the market. It is highly recommended to use 64-bit systems (though 32-bit systems perfectly work on 64-bit processors) because in this case more than 3 Gb RAM can be employed, and today we have lots and lots of 64-bit systems, so it’s getting more and more critical. (more…)

Thunder Tables™ Explained

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

From time to time we’re receiving questions regarding various technologies used in our products, especially Thunder Tables™ and GPU acceleration. Today I’d like to explain what exactly Thunder Tables™ is (and what it’s not).

 

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Frequently Asked Question: Advanced Office Password RECOVERY or Advanced Office Password BREAKER?

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Time is money, difficult to contradict this fact. And another proven fact is that you lose something exactly when something turns out to be absolutely necessary. Once you lost a password to your Word document or presentation that you were going to give in an hour, or Excel report which was supposed to be sent to your manager yesterday… you will count seconds before you get back your files. (more…)