Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery supports both WPA and the newer WPA2 encryption used in the majority of Wi-Fi networks, allowing breaking Wi-Fi protection quickly and efficiently with most laptop and desktop computers. The support of NVIDIA graphic accelerators increases the recovery speed by an average of 10 to 15 times when Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery is used on a moderate laptop with NVIDIA GeForce 8800M or 9800M series GPU, or up to 100 times when running on a desktop with two or more NVIDIA GTX 280 boards installed. Governments, forensic and corporate users will benefit from vastly increased speed of breaking Wi-Fi protection provided by Elcomsoft Distributed Password Recovery.
The software also supports "password recovery" from operating systems, Microsoft Office apps, Adobe PDF, Zip and RAR files. For $599, a license of ElcomSoft Distruted Password Recovery supports up to 20 clients. So now, the average LAN meet (especially over yonder in Russia) may just be one big distributed computing hack-a-thon. You think they'll support AMD ATI Radeon GPUs eventually? Nah....
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