64 results found
ZIP 5.1 encryption (PKWARE-AES)
Support for Zip 5.1 PKWARE-AES encryption4 votes
BitLocker decryption using FVEK from MemProcFS
Add support for instant BitLocker decryption using FVEK from MemProcFS tool1 vote
Add option for attaching the Keepass key file.
Sometimes the KeePass .kdbx database is secured with a additional .key file. I'm missing the configuration option to attach that specific key file, If this key file isn't attached Passware will show a file format error.9 votes
Exlade Cryptic Disk
Exlade Cryptic Disk - Encrypt virtual drives, Encrypt physical drives. https://www.exlade.com/en/cryptic-disk/
it would be cool if Passware could crack passwords for "Exlade Cryptic Disk" containers and physical drives.2 votes
ESET Endpoint Encryption
Add support for ESET Endpoint Encryption (DESLOCK).3 votes
Support Encrypto Apps (Mac)
Macpaw, people love their software, me and my community here in Indonesia personally use it, I hope you guys can support it too, thanks6 votes
Add native support for Apple Silicon Macs running the M1 and M2 series of processors
Please provide a universal binary of Passware Kit that runs natively on both Apple silicon and Intel-based Mac computers. This would allow Passware Kit to run natively on Apple's new M1 and M2 Macs, meaning improved performance and responsiveness.7 votes
Decrypting DJI drone data
Data on DJI dorne sd-cards is encrypted.
Feature for adding decryption support.7 votes
PGP keyring attack
Adding support for attacking PGP keyrings / Private keys. Stored in de .gnupg folder.7 votes
Google is growing in the market with selling Chromebooks. If it is a Chromebook with Windows it is the standard way to make an image.
If it is a Chromebook with ChromeOS on it there is literally no way to gain any information at all (without knowing the Google-Credentials) or even if the credentials are known to gain data without changing the device hard drive (logical image).
As of now we haven't seen so many devices with ChromeOS but I suppose it will change quickly in the next 1-3 years.
Klaus D.1 vote
On overheat GPU: Option to re-activate GPU automatically after xy minutes...7 votes
Support for cracking of hashes (generically) like John the Ripper
Could Passware please incorporate generic hash cracking, such as that done by John the Ripper? This would add some much needed capacity to distribute such hashes across lots of machines (very helpful for those of us with Lab Edition). Currently I am cracking some hashes with JtR but since it is standalone and not distributed, it is nowhere near as efficient as it could be. Simply incorporating JtR into the Passware tool to allow agents to be brought in would be fantastic, and also add real flexibility to the tool6 votes
Playstation disk encryption
Support for Sony PlayStation HDD encryption8 votes
Add encryption algorithms for TC and VC used by EDS from Sovworks
Sovworks' EDS app for Android uses additional algorithms for TrueCrypt and VeraCrypt that are not supported by Passware. This app is becoming more mainstream.1 vote
Support for Anydesk remote assistance software
Support for cracking cached Anydesk password hashes. Hashes of passwords (and salt) are stored in server.conf file in AppData folder tree. Passwords are believed to be in the form of a SHA256 hash of [the password with a NULL and the salt appended to the end of it]. There is a Twitter thread on this which may be helpful, located at https://twitter.com/cybergibbons/status/15257996159621857291 vote
Support for Files By Google
Support for bruteforcing/decrypting locked "Files By Google" .fgsf files. This is a mobile application by Google in which people can encrypt files with a secondary passcode.1 vote
Context Menu Integration
Incorporate the ability within File Explorer to right-click on a folder and select Passware Scan for the selected folder. The snapshot example below is from Windows 11. I think, if incorporated, Passware option would appear on the "Show more options" selection.1 vote
Include support for various ransomware. Where a decryptor is available already, integrate them into Passware. For ransomware with no known decryptor, provide a brute force capability.10 votes
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