If multi-page PDFs loading slowly are considered an issue, then wait and see how losing access to a password protected document can be even more of an issue. Luckily, these days numerous software solutions are addressing such issues and Passper for PDF is one of them. Offering a step-by-step, assisted recovery wizard and several decryption methods, it will ensure a swift and effective password retrieval.
Similar to other apps from this developer, Passper for PDF was developed around the concept of minimalism, but without stripping essential features. This resulted into a somewhat balanced approach to password recovery from PDF files.
Having inputted the single PDF file (and yes, the app doesn’t hold batch processing tools), users will have three main decryption methods to choose from: Mask Attack, Dictionary Attack or Brute Force Attack. Selecting either, will then initialized a helpful recovery wizard.
In the latter case, when users need to reset or remove the PDF document password protection entirely, the dedicated restriction removal tool will help them lift any inherent access restrictions with ease.
Considering this app’s basic looks, minimalist approach and least but not least, accessible recovery wizard, one could see why it could make for the ideal novice password recovery tool.
If you find yourself stuck with password-protected PDF documents and have forgotten the password, than this program could be just the right tool for the job. Featuring an uncluttered interface and easy-to-use features, coupled with hints and explanations, its recovery wizard ensures that even the most inexperienced users will be able to regain access to their PDF files with ease.