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Microsoft Access creates user files in two different formats with file extensions .mdb or .mde. These files are called databases and users can arbitrary enable password protection for these files. Such feature is called Access database password. It was introduced in Access version 95.

If you have forgotten a database password you can use our service to recover all the data back. We are using the fact that passwords can be extracted and decrypted from Access 2003 or older files. For later versions of Microsoft Access one must perform optimized brute force password search in order to read the password protected mdb files. Such approach requires a lot of computational resources so it is practically impossible to perform this attack on a personal PC.

We can use our high performance cluster in order to run the most powerful password search which has good chances of success. If we cannot restore your password we give your money back.

Another type of security mechanism was used in older versions of Access up to 2007 is called user passwords. Users are required to provide a correct password when they start MS Access. This authentication uses combination of user name and password to set different permissions for various objects.

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After it failed to read my database file I was shocked to receive "Not a valid password" message from Microsoft Access. Fortunately helped me to recover all data back!

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