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Howto ***** rar, 7z, and zip files in linux, ubuntu, debian distro

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If you forget your password for compressed archive (rar, 7z, zip), this program is the solution.This program uses bruteforce algorithm to find correct password. You can specify wich characters will be used in password generations.

Warning: Please don't use this program for any îllégâl things!

Preparing your system

First you need to install the following package

Code:
sudo apt-get install libxml2-dev build-essential
Now you need to download the latest version of rar***** from here

Code:
wget http://surfnet.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/rar*****/rar*****-0.2.tar.bz2
Now you have rar*****-0.2.tar.bz2 file and you need to extract this file

Code:
tar -xjf rar*****-0.2.tar.bz2
Code:
cd rar*****-0.2
Code:
make
You must be root to run the following command

Code:
make install
Using Rar*****

Code:
rar***** your_encrypted_archive.ext [--threads thread_num] [--type rar|zip|7z]
Example

Code:
rar***** something.rar
After the *****ing started Rar***** will print the current status of *****ing and save it's to a status file. If you want more specific password character set, you need to run Rar***** to create the XML status file (3 sec).


Thanks debianadmin.com!
 

Fuxionz

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yes and proven to, nagawa ko na to sa kali linux, you need to downlad "rar***** files" to do this häçking.
 

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