Find encryption keys for Microsoft Excel XP/2002/2003 files
This program may be used to break the encryption on Microsoft Excel XP/2002/2003 files which have been encrypted using the RC4 method. These files are encrypted using a 40-bit-long key. It will not work on files encrypted using later versions or versions 8.0 or earlier.
DocumentationA choice of implementation algorithms may be chosen using the --with-algo argument to configure.
released on 8 March 2013
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