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Any Password Pro does not recognize my master password

Last Modified: 2013-11-08
OS is Vista-Ultimate.
Software that I am having problems with is AnyPassword Pro by Romanlabs.
I have entered all my passwords into a file, which this software should be able to access and display.
However, my master password has become corrupted within this database and I cannot access it.
My password database is, of course, encrypted, so cannot be read by, for instance, Knoppix Linux.
Is there any way to find out what the corrupted password is so I can access my database?
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That's what I was afraid of.
AnyPassword technical support is basically nonexistant.  I give up.

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