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Cryptext v3.21

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I work for a school system and I have a teacher that used cryptext v3.21 to encrypt some of her yearbook files. Now she can't remember the password so we are unable to decrypt the files. Does anyone know of a way to find the password? The program is set to not keep the password in memory. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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Im afraid we have a policy against finding passwords(its rarely something we can help with anyway) if google cant help you we cant.

The best way is to get the teacher to keep trying all of there usuall passwords, people often reuse passwords not neccesarily just one but a few that they might use.
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