OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User LS wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-04-09
AMD GPU support please My rating:2
User Alex wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-04-03
german manual here: ***appleundich.***/2011/03/30/howto-passwortgeschutzte-rar-dateien-mit-crark-offnen/ My rating:1
User zorigtugu wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-03-08
Password is just cancel it. then it will extract My rating:5
User StarTrek wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-03-03
I can't recovery password because an archive is a stored file. Does exists and unstored archives ?!?
Warning: stored file ! CUDA engine doesn't support them, delte if possible. What to delete ? my archive ?
User wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-02-23
Password - No review yet
User edward wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-02-09
somebody tell me a program for passwords is one! is illogical!
User Alex wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-02-02
What a f*ck? Why they wrote "Free" if on the .rar have password? Right now I download 3 mini programs to crack .ZIP or .RAR and they all was in .zip.exe with password. My rating:5
User avinash wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-01-19
this works very slow than regular ZipPassword COMEBACK(windows)
User regaurding password wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-01-16
you dont need a password just press cancel and the file will extract
but when it does becareful as when its extracting the english.def file gets a little muddell up so id advise you keep your orginal as its the same and just copy the exe files and others over
:) unless u have the password which according to the crark site says in faq
theres no password for the archive ehhhhh yes there is Dic*head*
User robert wrote about ver. 3.3b 2011-01-16
crark is sh*t ive been up all night trying to figure it out ive changed all the
config in crark evry differnt way to try and get cuda to work and i can only way to get cuda to work when you change the english.def file to pasword.def cuda will only work with brute force attack cuda and wont work with a password dictionary attack even at 1570 p/s bruteforce could take light years you stand a better chance with a passwrd dictionary quicker as brute has to go through every combination and if you have a good few password dictionary it would be quicker to know if your going to crack it in this life time