iTunes often makes backup for iPhone, iPad and iPod. Such backups need security learning, all user-generated data saved in the device.
We all know that iPhone, iPad, iPad can help protect iTunes backups with a password. When we specify protection password, no backup data leaves or enters device unencrypted. The information is encrypted within the device, transmitted encrypted and saved encrypted for the hard drive.
When you need password recovery for your password-protected iPhone and iPod touch backups created using iTunes, you have luck because now there’s an app for that! Tenorshare released two iPhone Backup Unlocker editions for different needs if iTunes asking for backup password！
Given your passwords-protected backup, iPhone Backup Unlocker can run three kinds of password unlocker attacks, they are Brute-force Attack, Brute-force with Mask Attack and Dictionary Attack. Especially, Dictionary Attack is a sophisticated dictionary attack mode with customizable permutations. Considering that the many users choose meaningful, dictionary-based passwords which might be easier to enable them to remember, this tool has the capacity to recover such passwords and their variations quickly and efficiently whichever language these are.
iPhone Backup Unlocker Professional supports GPU acceleration and enhances the speed of password unlocker when one or several ATI or NVIDIA video cards are installed (Support AMD Radeon HD 7000 series and NVIDIA GTX 580.).
iPhone Backup Unlocker supports Windows 7 (64 bits & 32 bits)/Vista (64 bits & 32 bits)/XP (32 bit) and all password-protected backups to iPhone, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad, iPad 3, new iPad, iPod, etc. Compatible with all versions of iTunes (incl. 10.6) and iOS (including iOS 6).
See detailed procedures to unlock iPhone backup password:
1: Download tool “iPhone Backup Password Unlocker” from site http://hotdownloads2.com/trialware/download/Download_iphone_backup_unlocker_std_trial.exe?item=29742-51&affiliate=572674 , push the button and run it. Then software will guide you to find the saved encrypted iPhone backup file path:
For Windows Vista and Windows 7: \Users\ (username)\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\
For Windows XP: \Documents and Settings\ (username)\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\
2: Choose your right Attack Type and do the proper settings
Totally, you’ll find 3 modes to select: Brute-force Attack (try all possible character combinations), Brute-force with Mask Attack (Once you know some symbols in the password) and Dictionary Attack (your personal dictionary or use import default dictionary)
3: Reset encrypt iPhone backup password
After choose your suitable attack mode, after this you cost minimal time to find password and get lost data on your phone!
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