Passcovery’s AccessBack.com service decodes any password-protected file created in Excel or Word 97-2003, creating an exact copy of the file without password protection.Learn How It Works
Upload your file and receive a password-free decrypted copy
Over 2,000 relieved users around the world have used the service to remove the passwords from their Excel/Word files.
Passcovery guarantees that its service can decrypt and remove the password for any Excel/Word file with 40-bit encryption (.doc/.dot/.xls/.xla files created in Microsoft Office 97-2003). It doesn’t matter how long or complex the password is.
To remove the password to open an Excel/Word file, all you need is a web browser to upload the protected file and an email address where we can send the decrypted copy.
You will see the first page of your document immediately after decryption. There is no charge for the decryption – you only pay to receive a copy of the decrypted file once the decryption is successful.
Once you upload your file to AccessBack.com, decryption and password removal will take less than 24 hours.
The decrypted file will retain all the data and formatting of your original text or Excel spreadsheet. The only difference will be the missing password.
My experience with AccessBack was better than I expected. I lost my password to a document that was integral to my own PTSD therapy - there was no real way to recreate what I had lost, and for the life of me, I couldn't even think what that password may have been. I'd tried several different software sites, and after 5 days of of the software attempting Brute-Force Attack, I still had no access to the document. In a last ditch attempt, I tried AccessBack, and got exactly what I was hoping for within 2 hours. Not only is the service fast, but it's also affordable. Thank you for all your help.
Amanda Meyer Los Angeles, USA
Thank you for a good service. It helped me a lot! And you ask a reasonable price for the service.
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