The god knows who is using L0phtCrack as a security auditing tool to do the so-called password strength testing or recovery. I conclude that 90% of individuals are using it to violently obtain the passwords itself (through methods of dictionary, brute-force, hybrid attacks, rainbow tables, etc.). Whatever you's like to use it for, what we just can't deny is that it's the most outstanding one in similar software.
In this post, AppNee will continue to release all kinds of popular, long-tested password dictionaries with very high quality. All of them are proven by users from all over the world, so that any dictionary generated by tools can not be comparable to them. Moreover, they cover all application scopes, fields and uses (we will make the corresponding identification).
If someone says you want to use this kind of tool to verify the security of passwords or recover them, that would be a joke, I think. After all, a rule for secure enough password is very simple - Uppercase + Lowercase + Number+ Symbol (and > 8 characters), there is no need of any tool to validate it at all. The same for wireless network password, restoring it is meaningless - just reset the router to default, which is the most efficient way. So, obviously they are designed for passwords cracking only.
Advanced RAR Password Recovery (ARPR for short) is my first and favorite RAR archive file password recovery tool. In the era of RAR, its popularity and fame outdistanced any other similar software, when there ware not the all-in-one successor Advanced Archive Password Recovery - both of them are Elcomsoft's series of products.
For archived files (mainly RAR or ZIP format), that is very embarrassed and depressed in two cases. First, the archive file downloaded from the Internet prompts you need password to extract it out; Second, some important archive was protected using your own password, but you just forgot it. If so, turn to the Advanced Archive Password Recovery for help.