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Forgotten password in MS Word 97

Posted on 1998-01-13
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I created a short list of passwords and saved in a Word 97 doc file and password protected the file. I've forgotten the password. How can I retrieve this file?
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by:Llandr
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I know two companies doing crackers for these type of files:

http://www.accessdata.com/

and

http://www.crak.com/

Both companies say that they are able to crack password up to version 7 (and Word 97 is version 8 I believe)
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by:mot011698
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Try opening the document in an normal text viewer.
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ckezema earned 20 total points
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check out this website for a Word Password Cracker...
www.digiquest.com/hack/index.stm 

hope this helps...

Conan
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