OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User ashish wrote about ver. 3.1a 2007-04-09
I don’t no why u guys found it useless.
It is really a wonderful password cracker for RAR archives
Yes, I agree that this idiot compress it with password. But, when u extracts it, don’t enter any password, only click OK and it will extract that.
Second thing u have to do is rename ‘english.def’ or other ‘.def’ file to ‘Password.def’ as per your lanuage.
And third most important thing which is not given in any instruction is, open ‘Password.def’ file into notepad and change its entire contains with following given code and run it. (if u further have any queries ask me to firstname.lastname@example.org)=:
# Password definitions are below the '##' line
# This is password definition file for PCL 2.0
# for english language
# Dictionary definition - only if $u and $w will be used
# $w = "c:\\dict\\main.dic" # '\' needs to be shielded
# $u = "user.dic"
# Charsets definition
# Predefined charsets
# You even could change it - reorder, remove or insert chars,
# it doesn't affect .u and .l modifiers.
# Other charset (maybe pseudographic etc)
$o = [ ]
# National charset - not necessary for english language
# $i = 
# $I = 
# Here metachar ? is equal to [$a $A $1 $! $i $I $o]
# Convert modifiers .c definition. Any symbol in ? will be converted
# to appropriate symbol of conversion string.
# Up to 256 conversions may be defined.
# As example here is conversion string which transforms
# letters to similar digits and vice-versa.