Password recovery tool for Quicken (*.qdf) files. The new improved password recovery engine is optimized for multi core CPUs and allows to achieve the best possible performance. There are two types of passwords used in Quicken: a password for opening a data file (also known as 'file password') and a transaction password. If both passwords are set, you will have to decrypt the password for opening the file first; then you can crack the transaction password. In other words you cannot crack the transaction password if the file password is set. It is possible to crack the transaction password instantly. Fake Password will be constructed. Unless your document was created in an old Quicken (prior 2001), the password for opening is much, much harder to recover. The universal recovery methods (Brute Force Attack, Dictionary Search and Smart Force Attack) must be used for that. Unfortunately, even a single password check takes a lot of computations, so the search speed will be very slow (not more than 1000 passwords per second). This means that the recovery of even a relatively short password will take A LOT of time. LastBit Corp. proudly presents Guaranteed Recovery Service for Quicken. Guaranteed Recovery Service uses the power of multiple computers, this will be equal to spending 6+ months of computations on a single computer. This significantly improves chances to find a password.