OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User Quaeko wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-12-02
This is pure magic. As a lot of people said, just RTFM. My rating:5
User Lbk wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-30
Where is the Linux version?? I don't find any binary except *.exe My rating:3
User VeryCoolDude wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-25
Very Fast, great documents, for the people asking for password... you don't need one, it will decompress the program, not all files are protected. Congrat's to the developer.. you rock My rating:5
User Kadue wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-23
This utility works! And its fast! The weakest part is the documentation, it's way to complicated, when the utility is so well made! Thank you! My rating:5
User mexico wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-21
this program works fine. You all, asking 4 a psw are really, really I D I O T S
User JFizzle wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-17
I am cracking crackme file. Never used pcl before in mu life but I learned this in 15 mins. So far it's at 4chars. To those that have already cracked it... Just for hint how many chars are there in the pwd so I know about how long it may take. NOTE: I am not asking for THE password. My rating:5
User Radi wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-16
Very very nice. Fast, and the unique PCL language is very handy if you "half remember" your password. Excellent documentation, considering it is machine-translated from the Russian. Of course, new users have to take the trouble to read and understand it.
One bug: I tried this line in password.def
pass $a *
I think it should test the following:
but in fact it seems to ignore the "*" and only test up to 5 letter passwords. My rating:5
User Curt wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-15
I do not understand how to use this?
User 20 wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-14
Excuses, dont need password ;) My "?" is - how to configure password.def to check using only small latin letters (abcdef...)
User email@example.com wrote about ver. 3.1b 2007-11-13