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FindMySoft Editor's Review
Passfinder – Generate and Test Passwords
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There are three main things you can do with Passfinder. First up, you can use the application to generate secure passwords. These passwords will include lowercase characters, uppercase characters, special characters, and numbers. Next up, the application will insert passwords into the fields of your choosing, like a browser window, for example. And last but not least, Passfinder will put a selected password to the test. It demonstrates the brute force technique and estimates how long it will take to break a password.

Passfinder is available for 32 and for 64-bit Windows editions – that would be Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7, at the time of writing this.
The system requirements for running Passfinder are quite low: 10MB of free disk space, graphics card capable of 800x600 resolution, Windows operating system.
A simple setup wizard allows you to install Passfinder in one of two supported languages: English and German.

Access to Passfinder is password protected. When you first launch the application, you will be asked to select the password that will grant access to Passfinder. Make sure to pick a secure one and make sure you do not forget it.

On the Passfinder interface you will see two tabs in the upper left hand corner: Password (allows you to create a password, insert a password into a selected field) and Brute Force (puts the password to the test). Above these two tabs there’s a toolbar with buttons for several functions the application has to offer.

From a functionality point of view, Passfinder offers the following main features: create secure passwords, enter passwords into a login file, recover forgotten passwords from an MD5 key, calculate how long a password will withstand a brute force attack. You have a total of 30 days to put the aforementioned functionality to the test. Once this trial period is over, you will have to go get a license to keep using Passfinder on your Windows-powered machine.

See how strong your passwords are, generate new passwords that are quite safe, recover passwords from MD5 keys, and insert passwords into fields. You can do all these things with Passfinder.

Passfinder is available for 32 and 63-bit Windows editions; the system requirements for running the application are quite low. Access to Passfinder is password protected. The interface is very easy to use. With Passfinder, you can generate passwords, recover passwords from MD5 keys, insert passwords into fields, and test passwords.

Free to try for a 30-day period; nag screen.

You can download Passfinder free here.
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Passfinder has been reviewed by George Norman on 15 Mar 2013. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Passfinder 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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