Access Password Recovery #lost,forgotten, #forgot,ms #access,database,user,password,recovery, #reveal,crack,decryption,break,tool


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LastBit Access Password Recovery

Did you lost or forgot Access password?
Try our FREE Access Password Demo to reveal your forgotten password.

1) All versions of MS Access (from 2.0 through 2010) are supported.
2) Database passwords for old Access databases (2003 and earlier) can be revealed instantly.
3) Guaranteed Password Recovery Service for Access 2007
4) Access 2010 Password Recovery Service
5) Fast and optimized password decryption.
6) Easy to use interface! No complicated options: just “run it and get it” approach.
7) Full install/uninstall support.

Supported File Types:

Benefits:

  • Unlimited password length.
  • Guaranteed recovery for one document.
  • 1-year free upgrade.
  • 30 days money back guarantee.
  • Free support.
  • The DEMO version is able to recover short passwords only (up to 3 characters long).
  • Guaranteed Recovery Service for Access 2007 is available for registered users only.

Password Breaking in Access

MS Access uses the underlying Jet Database Engine. Using Access Password, you can reveal passwords for any Jet databases, not only Access databases.

Note that the security model in MS Access is quite complex (although it is insecure). There are two different password types: user passwords and database passwords. Read this article for more information on Access password types. Note that database passwords were introduced in Access 95. MS Access v2.0 does not support database passwords. In MS Access 2007, the security model has been redesigned; database security has been improved, and user passwords have been removed at all. You can find more information on password types in MS Access in this article .

Database passwords for old Access databases (2003 and earlier) can be recovered instantly. To recover Access 2007 passwords, you have to use the universal password recovery methods. such as Brute Force Attack and Dictionary Attack. This may take a long time if the password is long and complex. Fortunately, we offer a unique Guaranteed Access 2007 Password Recovery Service. You can recover any password-protected Access 2007 database within 48 hours – regardless of the password length (databases created with earlier versions of Access can be recovered instantly). You can find further information on Guaranteed Access 2007 Password Recovery Service here. In Access 2010 password protection has been redesigned once again. Now Access 2010 uses the same password protection scheme as do other Office applications, such as Word, Excel or OneNote. This password protection scheme is very hard to break; Access 2010 password recovery is an extremely challenging task. Find more information here .

User passwords are stored in a so-called system database (.mda (old Access 2.0) or .mdw (modern versions) file).

IMPORTANT NOTE: the system database is required to crack a user password. If the system database is lost, there is no way to recover user passwords. If your system database is lost, please contact us for further information). To recover a database password, select the database itself (.mdb or .mde file). To recover user passwords, select the system database (.mda or .mdw file).

Access Password can automatically find the currently registered system database. Note that it is very important to use the correct system database. Often password problems with Access databases are caused by using an improper system database.

Note: We recover lost or forgotten passwords to Access password-protected files, but if your file is corrupted or damaged you can use use special data recovery tools. more information .

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Broken databases If a database is broken, Access may erroneously ask for a password. There is no chance to recover such database with any password recovery tool. Access databases often get broken due to a horrible bug made by Microsoft in Office XP. This bug is confirmed (and fixed in the later releases) by Microsoft, more information can be found here. There is a well-known auto-replace feature in MS Word, for example, Word replaces a (c) sequence with a single copyright character. In all databases broken because of this bug, the reverse replacement was performed. The 0a9h byte is replaced with a (c) sequence (ASCII 0a9h is a copyright symbol), 0aeh – (r) and so forth. As a result Access databases are broken and there is a little chance to convert them back. If you open a broken database with a HEX editor you’ll see, for instance, the ‘(c)’ text at offset 21h while the 0a9h byte must be there. Access Password can detect a broken database and raise a warning that the database is broken rather than password-protected. We can try to recover your broken database manually but please note that it is a rather expensive service. Email us for a price quote. In your letter, please specify the size of your database.

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Access Management – AWS Identity and Access Management #iam,aws #identity #and #access #management,aws #iam,iam #user,user,iam #group,group,iam #role,role,permission #policy,trust #policy,policy,access #key,password


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Access Management

When you use your account’s root credentials, you can access all the resources in your AWS account. In contrast, when you create IAM users, IAM groups, or IAM roles, you must explicitly give permissions to these entities so that users can access your AWS resources.

This section describes permissions. which are rights that you grant to a user, group, or role that define what tasks users are allowed to perform in your AWS account. To define permissions, you use policies. which are documents in JSON format.

To learn more, we recommend you read the following sections:

Overview of AWS IAM Permissions — This section discusses types of permissions, how to grant them, and how to manage permissions.

Overview of IAM Policies — This section discusses how to specify what actions are allowed, which resources to allow the actions on, and what the effect will be when the user requests access to the resources.

Working with Policies — This section describes how to create and manage policies by using the AWS Management Console, the AWS CLI, and the IAM API.

Using Policy Validator — This section describes how to use the Policy Validator when you have policies that do not comply with the AWS policy grammar.

AWS IAM Policy Reference — This section describes the elements, variables, and evaluation logic used in policies.

Example Policies for Administering IAM Resources — This section lists policies that let users perform tasks specific to IAM, like administer users, groups, and credentials.

Example Policies for Administering AWS Resources — This section lists policies that let users perform tasks with other AWS services, like Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, and DynamoDB.


Fraud Protection, American Express #american #express #cards, #recent #alerts, #privacy #and #fraud #protection, #password #protection/security


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Recent Alerts

Email Fraud Alert Example of Fraudulent E-Mail
As an example of a phishing e-mail, please note some of our customers reported receiving the following e-mail, which is known to be a hoax.

Content of the e-mail:
As part of the new security measures, all American Express Card holders are required to complete American Express Customer Form. A link takes Cardmembers to an online form that asks for their American Express Card number, as well as other sensitive security information.

If you have received and/or responded to an e-mail of this nature, purportedly from American Express, please see instructions below.

PRIVACY AND FRAUD PROTECTION

American Express Protects Your Privacy and Personal Information
American Express takes your privacy very seriously. Should our name be used in efforts to fraudulently obtain personal information, we will work aggressively to halt those operations. In addition, it is important to know that American Express never sends e-mails requesting customers to reply in the body of an e-mail with personal information, such as password, social security number, account numbers, mother’s maiden name, etc.

Phishing
Phishing (pronounced fishing ) refers to fraudulent communications designed to deceive consumers into divulging personal, financial, or account information, including account user name and password, credit card information, and social security number. E-mail is most commonly used for phishing due to its low cost, greater anonymity for the sender, the ability to reach a large target group instantly, and the potential to solicit an immediate response. However, fraudsters have also used online pop-up windows, direct mail and phone calls.

Phishing e-mails often appear to come from legitimate financial institutions, insurance companies or retailers. Techniques such as a false from address, the use of seemingly authentic logos from financial institutions, or Web links and graphics may be used to mislead consumers into believing that they are dealing with a legitimate request for personal information. These fraudulent e-mails often create a false sense of urgency intended to provoke the recipient to take immediate action; for example, phishing e-mails frequently instruct recipients to validate or update account information or face cancellation.

If you receive an e-mail that you believe could be fraudulent, please contact American Express and your issuing back as follows:

If you have already responded to an e-mail with your American Express account information and you believe it to be fraudulent, please contact Customer Service immediately by calling the number on the back of your Card. Also, make sure that you immediately change any passwords and continue to monitor your account activities.

TIPS TO PREVENT FRAUD

Keep all your financial details safe and secure. Here s what you can do to help minimize the risk of fraud.

Most importantly
Never let anyone else use your debit, credit or charge cards
Immediately sign the back of new cards
Always destroy old, expired cards by cutting them up
Let us know immediately if you’ve lost your Card, or think it may be stolen. We will then be able to cancel the Card and prevent fraudulent transactions.

Protect your PIN
Never keep your PIN in your wallet, purse or diary, or record it in a way that others could understand
Do not tell anyone else your PIN, password or security information
Always try to cover your hand when entering your PIN at a terminal or ATM to prevent others seeing your number

Shop wisely online
When shopping online, only use secure web pages. A web page is secure if there is a locked padlock in the lower right-hand corner of your browser or if the address starts with ‘https’, where the ‘s’ stands for secure.

Review your statements regularly
Keep copies of your receipts and compare them to your statement
Call your card issuer as soon as possible if an unrecognized charge or charges appear on one of your statements
When no longer required, make sure you destroy or securely dispose any unwanted statements
Checking your statements is easy to do with online services – you can check your transactions daily. Or register for card alerts to monitor your account activity, with weekly account balance updates by email or text message

Protect yourself from identity theft
Safeguard all your personal information and documents, especially your date of birth – this information can be used to steal your identity
Tear up or shred any sensitive information from financial organizations or utility companies when no longer needed
Review your credit reference report regularly; this may be the earliest way to identify fraudulent activity when you are the victim identity theft

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please see the Privacy Policy section of the American Express website for your specific country.


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A penetration test is done to evaluate the security of a computer system or network by simulating an attack by a malicious user / hacker. The process involves active exploitation of security vulnerabilities that may be present due to poor or improper system configuration, known and / or unknown hardware or software flaws, or operational weaknesses in process or design.

This analysis is carried out from the position of a potential attacker, to determine feasibility of an attack and the resulting business impact of a successful exploit. Usually this is presented with recommendations for mitigation or a technical solution.

About this workshop

This workshop gives an in-depth perspective of penetration testing approach and methodology that covers all modern infrastructure, operating systems and application environments.

This workshop is designed to teach security professionals the tools and techniques required to perform comprehensive information security assessment.

Participants will learn how to design, secure and test networks to protect their organization from the threats hackers and crackers pose. This workshop will help participants to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of their organization s infrastructure.

This 40 hour highly interactive workshop will help participants have hands on understanding and experience in Security Assessment.

A proper understanding of Security Assessment is an important requirement to analyze the integrity of the IT infrastructure.

Expertise in security assessment is an absolute requirement for a career in information security management and could be followed by management level certifications like CISA, CISSP, CISM, CRISC and ISO 27001.

There are many reasons to understand Security Assessment:

  • Prepare yourself to handle penetration testing assignments with more clarity
  • Understand how to conduct Vulnerability Assessment
  • Expand your present knowledge of identifying threats and vulnerabilities
  • Bring security expertise to your current occupation
  • Become more marketable in a highly competitive environment

Therefore this workshop will prepare you to handle VA / PT assignments and give you a better understanding of various security concepts and practices that will be of valuable use to you and your organization.

This workshop will significantly benefit professionals responsible for security assessment of the network / IT infrastructure.

  • IS / IT Specialist / Analyst / Manager
  • IS / IT Auditor / Consultant
  • IT Operations Manager
  • Security Specialist / Analyst
  • Security Manager / Architect
  • Security Consultant / Professional
  • Security Officer / Engineer
  • Security Administrator
  • Security Auditor
  • Network Specialist / Analyst
  • Network Manager / Architect
  • Network Consultant / Professional
  • Network Administrator
  • Senior Systems Engineer
  • Systems Analyst
  • Systems Administrator

Anyone aspiring for a career in Security Assessment would benefit from this workshop. The workshop is restricted to participants who have knowledge of ethical hacking countermeasures.

The entire workshop is a combination of theory and hands-on sessions conducted in a dedicated ethical hacking lab environment.

  • The Need for Security Analysis
  • Advanced Googling
  • TCP/IP Packet Analysis
  • Advanced Sniffing Techniques
  • Vulnerability Analysis with Nessus
  • Advanced Wireless Testing
  • Designing a DMZ
  • Snort Analysis
  • Log Analysis
  • Advanced Exploits and Tools
  • Penetration Testing Methodologies
  • Customers and Legal Agreements
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Penetration Testing Planning and Scheduling
  • Pre Penetration Testing Checklist
  • Information Gathering
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • External Penetration Testing
  • Internal Network Penetration Testing
  • Routers and Switches Penetration Testing
  • Firewall Penetration Testing
  • IDS Penetration Testing
  • Wireless Network Penetration Testing
  • Denial of Service Penetration Testing
  • Password Cracking Penetration Testing
  • Social Engineering Penetration Testing
  • Stolen Laptop, PDAs and Cell phones Penetration Testing
  • Application Penetration Testing
  • Physical Security Penetration Testing
  • Database Penetration testing
  • VoIP Penetration Testing
  • VPN Penetration Testing
  • War Dialing
  • Virus and Trojan Detection
  • Log Management Penetration Testing
  • File Integrity Checking
  • Blue Tooth and Hand held Device Penetration Testing
  • Telecommunication and Broadband Communication Penetration Testing
  • Email Security Penetration Testing
  • Security Patches Penetration Testing
  • Data Leakage Penetration Testing
  • Penetration Testing Deliverables and Conclusion
  • Penetration Testing Report and Documentation Writing
  • Penetration Testing Report Analysis
  • Post Testing Actions
  • Ethics of a Penetration Tester
  • Standards and Compliance

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Once you are logged in, you will be able to:

Navigate the FTP server

Once you have logged in, you can browse from directory to directory and see all the subdirectories and files.

There are 3 different ways to upload files: the standard upload form, the upload-and-unzip functionality, and the Java Applet.

Navigate the FTP server

Once you have logged in, you can browse from directory to directory and see all the subdirectories and files.

Click on a filename to quickly download one file.
Select multiple files and click on Download; the selected files will be downloaded in a zip archive.

and save the zip archive on the FTP server, or email it to someone.

Different formats are supported. zip. tar. tgz and .gz.

Choose from a list of popular applications (PHP required).

Copy, move and delete

Directories are handled recursively, meaning that their content (subdirectories and files) will also be copied, moved or deleted.

Copy or move to a 2nd FTP server

Handy to import files to your FTP server, or to export files from your FTP server to another FTP server.

Rename and chmod

Chmod handles directories recursively.

View code with syntax highlighting

PHP functions are linked to the documentation on php.net.

Plain text editor

Edit text right from your browser; every time you save the changes the new file is transferred to the FTP server.

Edit HTML a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) form; there are 2 different editors to choose from.

Edit HTML and PHP in an editor with syntax highlighting.

Search for words or phrases

Filter out files based on the filename, last modification time and filesize.

Calculate the size of directories and files.