The Notes Password Recovery utility allows you to recover a forgotten password from a Lotus Notes ID file. You have a choice of using either: Dictionary Search Method - which attempts words contained in a dictionary file (also called a word list) Brute Force Search Method - which attempts every combination of letters and characters that you choose. Guess Password Method - which allows you to enter what you think the password could be. Features: General: The Lotus Notes 7 version (R7) attempts around 70,000 password combinations per minute on an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0Ghz CPU using the Dictionary search or around 85,000 password combinations per minute when using the Brute Force search. The Lotus Notes 6 version (R6) attempts around 4,300 password combinations per minute. This program is suitable for normal user ID files as well as certifiers. Brute Force Search Method: The brute force search method attempts every combination of letters and characters that you choose. Choice of using lower case, upper case, numbers, and special characters. Provision for a prefix and/or suffix. Allows you specify a starting pattern. Maximum password size of 40 characters. Dictionary Search Method: The dictionary search method attempts words contained in a dictionary or word list. Option to try variations to passwords like: Using alternate characters (leet speak) in words. Capitalising the first character of words. Append incrementally numbered suffix. Two dictionaries are supplied: A concise dictionary (dictionary-concise.txt) of popular passwords, first names, countries, etc. containing over 36,000 words. An unabridged dictionary (dictionary-unabridged.txt) containing over 341,000 words. Ability to use another dictionary file of your choice. Guess Password Method: Allows you to enter what you think the password could be. The password entered will automatically be tested for variations the same as the Dictionary Search.