Password Recovery Bundle Standard Review, Giveaway & Download

We often lose or forget our important passwords. I’ve lost my Facebook, E-Mail, Twitter and passwords for most of the online and application accounts. But every online service has the ‘Forgot Password’ option to recover passwords. But what if you have no longer have access to the recovery emails or you’ve even forgotten the security question? Well in that case Password Recovery Bundle is an appropriate option for you.

Password Recovery Bundle Review

Password Recovery Bundle cannot just recover passwords from Web Browsers, but it can recover passwords from almost any kind of file. Whether it is Microsoft Access database or a PDF file Password Recovery Bundle can recover passwords from almost any type of file.

There are three editions of Password Recovery Bundle – Standard Edition, Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition. In this post we may only talk about the standard edition.

Password Recovery Budle

This software can even Reset Windows Local passwords. Other than this you can reset passwords for Microsoft Access database files. You can even remove PDF passwords and unlock PDF files using this brilliant software and all other office files like Word Files, PPTs can be unlocked using this software. This software can also recover passwords from messenger applications, some of the supported messenger applications are:

  • MSN
  • AIM
  • Google Talk
  • Trillian
  • MySpaceIM
  • Paltalk Miranda
  • Pidgin
  • And many more.

You can also recover passwords from compressed files like ZIP and RAR files. Passwords can also be recovered from email applications like: Outlook, Windows Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Outlook Express, Pheonix, Becky, Pocomail and many other applications.

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The amazing and the best feature of this software is Recovery of passwords saved in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari. Passwords can also be recovered from FTP applications like FileZilla. Another great feature is that you can reveal the password behind asterisks. Once you are done with recovering all your passwords you can burn or save an ISO file of the password reset CD/DVD which can help you in future.

Overall it is a great tool with lots of amazing features and an endless number of supported applications.

Password Recovery Bundle Standard Giveaway

Password Recovery Bundle Standard costs 29.95$, but the company has been kind enough to give us 10 licenses to be distributed among TWC readers. To win a copy all you need to do is follow or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+, AND share this post on your favorite social networking site and post its status URL here. The more you share, the more your chances. If you do not use any social site, you may tell us in the comments why you need this software.

The giveaway will close after 15 days, and the winners declared thereafter.

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.

27 Comments

  1. I think that “&amp” in the title is missing a semi-colon

  2. Steve Knapp

    https://plus.google.com/u/0/113275819232777080837/posts/FbEHFpt6Zpf
    (Sure could have used this a couple of weeks ago…

  3. same here! just that it was days …

  4. Morrissex

    Lost the password of a .zip file. I had to create and send another one…

    My entries:

    https://twitter.com/MyCoMiCaLRoMaNc/status/352212110903750657

    https://plus.google.com/u/0/113861857983913627941/posts

  5. Thanks for pointing it out. 🙂

  6. Kumaran Balachandran

    Thanks for the giveaway… Count me in

    https://twitter.com/HeyKumaran/status/352306345212510210

  7. commercial user

    thanks
    excellent giveaway!

  8. emdeec

    LOL.. can it recover the master password from your PassBox utility? Because I just lost my database because I tried to e-mail myself the password reset and got an error about “authentication failed”! Meh.. nevermind.. I just deleted the whole thing. Like someone said on THAT page.. LastPass is a lot safer.

  9. Juan Figueroa

    Great, that’s what i need to collect passwords because i forgot them too much and don’t want to save
    them always fro security.

    https://www.facebook.com/juan.figueroa.52012548/posts/10152971369190494

  10. Ray

    This is what I am looking for. But I need to reset my forgotten Windows 8 password urgently so I then purchased the full version from http://www.top-password.com and it works like a charm! Thanks for your great recommendation!!!

  11. phrozen

    please count on me! THanks

  12. dawiecool

    i used this software, and have a great time with it.. but i dont have “the real license” back there.. so.. i really love to have the license now.. i often used this software to reset windows password, but in this software, you can also recovery password for files like zip,rar, or word and etc.. so count me in for the free licenses.. always love this software. 🙂

  13. samkar

    any chance of announcing winners for this (almost) 2 months-old giveaway?

  14. Oops – weren’t they declared!? Let me check … 2 days. 🙂

  15. Lavish Thakkar

    Congratulations Winners, you’ve won a licence of Password Recovery Bundle Standard from The Windows Club giveaway. The following winners have been selected:

    Javier Cardenas
    Andrey Bronshtien
    emdeec
    iecquio
    Juan Figueroa
    Lesia
    Ray
    dawiecool
    Jan Nowak
    And samkar you win for also reminding us about it. 🙂

    Please contact us at lavish@thewindowsclub.com for your license. And sorry for the delays.

  16. samkar

    thanks a lot Lavish!!

  17. Anthony Mitchell

    I found a very good website with good reviews and contains cheats and tricks for facebook: facebookpasswordhack.downbits.com

  18. ty_buchanan

    Unfortunately, it does not work for gmail. I no longer have the phone I gave to send my password to. The Gmail password recovery system is stupid!

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