|Input your Password|
|Type of Hardware Used||Estimated Time|
|NVIDIA® Tesla™ S1070||less than one second|
|NVIDIA® Geforce GTX 295||less than one second|
|Intel® Core™2 Quad Q6600||less than one second|
|Intel® Core™2 Duo E4500||less than one second|
Though a time-consuming process it is possible , by using brute force attack, to recover passwords, with the power of the computer’s main CPU. For example, an eight-character Windows Vista logon password is as strong as about 55 trillion possible passwords. Windows Vista uses NTLM hashing by default, so using a modern dual-core PC you could try up to 10 million passwords per second, and perform a complete analysis in about two months.
By using ElcomSoft's statistical data we can give you e good ideea of how much you password will stand to the stress test of brute force. Here is what they say :
An INTEL Core 2 E4500 could try up to 40 million Vista NTLM passwords
An INTEL Quad Core Q6600 could try about 87 million Vista NTLM passwords per second.
Best power was achieved by using a GPU ( Graphical Processing Unit ) from a high end video card.
A NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 can try up to 1330 million Vista NTLM passwords per second.
A NVIDIA Tesla S1070 can try up to 2800 million Vista NTLM passwords per second.
Our Tool uses these values and provides you the time that would take a computer runing such a hardware to "brute force your password".
Most common passwords and the time it would take to brute force them :
|1.||password||1 minute, 13 seconds|
|3.||12345678||less than one second|
|4.||qwerty||less than one second|
|6.||monkey||less than one second|
|7.||123abc||less than one second|
|One 8 characters password created with our online password generator|
|!||iSJ!k!ae||10 days, 2 hours|