Tutorial - How to Choose Character Types for Cracking?
IntroductionFree ZIP Password Cracker uses brute force attack to recover passwords. It provides hybrid attacks of multiple character types like AlphaNumeric in upper and/or lower case, full ascii set characters, NonalphaNumeric, etc. Meantime, you can launch dictionary attack and even add your own dictionaries for cracking.
Choose Character Types
Alpha (upper) (A-Z): For password that may contain only capital letters.
Alpha (lower) (a-z): For password that may contain only small letters.
Alpha (upper/lower case) (A-Z, a-z): For password that may contain capital/small letters.
AlphaNumeric (upper/lower case) (0-9, A-Z, a-z): For password that may contain numbers and capital/small letters.
AlphaNumeric (upper case) (0-9, A-Z): For password that may contain numbers and capital letters.
AlphaNumeric (lower case) (0-9, a-z): For password that may contain numbers and small letters.
Full ascii set: ASCII, abbreviated from American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a character-encoding scheme. Originally based on the English alphabet, it encodes 128 specified characters into 7-bit binary integers as shown by the ASCII chart on the right. The characters encoded are numbers 0 to 9, lowercase letters a to z, uppercase letters A to Z, basic punctuation symbols, control codes that originated with Teletype machines, and space.
NonAlphaNumeric: All characters that do not contain the value of a number or a letter, like punctuations, letters with accents and diacritical marks, and letters in other alphabet systems.
WordList: A dictionary TXT file with huge amount of words is provided for searching. You can download and load your own dictionary TXT instead. If needed, you can edit the TXT file to add new words.