"Password Recovery Engine for Access" (APRE) is easy-to-use wizard-like software that will quickly and easily help you recover lost or forgotten passwords for Access database files (*.mdb files).
APRE recovers passwords in all languages. And it will recover exactly the password you protected your *.mdb file with.
If you do not know or do not remember where the *.mdb file you need is stored on your computer, APRE will help you. The program will find all *.mdb files on your computer and you will select the one you need.
Without exiting the program, you can open the *.mdb file and see your data with just one click. It is fast and convenient.
To avoid entering the password while opening the *.mdb file manually, you can copy it to the clipboard with just one click and then paste it to the Access password request dialog box.
Also, APRE will save this password together with the name of the *.mdb file to a text file so that you will not have to remember it later. If you have several password-protected *.mdb files, it will help you to figure out which password is for each file. Besides, this feature may be useful when you need to move data from one computer to another.
If you are not a specialist in databases, do not be afraid, APRE is so easy to use that it will not allow you to make a mistake because it has a wizard-like interface. You do not have to make any complicated settings - you will see your password in just two steps. If someone helped you to set up your database and you do not know where it is stored, APRE will find your file for you. Just select the disks to be searched.
So, if you have a problem with the password for your *.mdb file, just use APRE and your problem is solved. APRE recovers passwords for *.mdb files created in any Access versions starting from 97 (97/2000/2002/2003).
Link to Password Recovery Engine for Access sample code
License: Free To Try
Security & Privacy::Password Managers
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: May 31, 2017
Last version date: Nov 04, 2006
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Malware Status: Clean
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