This is the original Portable version of MPR as the programmer made it. Run ldr.exe to use cracked version.
Multi Password Recovery (MPR) - multifunctional password decryption and auditing solution for Windows. MPR instantly finds and recovers passwords from more than 90 popular applications (FTP, E-mail clients, Instant Messengers, Browsers and so on). It also checks saved passwords for vulnerabilities, can delete stored passwords, shows passwords hidden under asterisks, copies SAM file, can generate new passwords. Under NT-systems MPR is able to process blocked for reading files.
Latest version 1.1.1 (03-Jan-2009). Changes:
[!] Portable version of Multi Password Recovery is out now
Portable software is a class of software that is suitable for use on portable drives
such as an USB drive. Portable MPR version does not require installation,
registration key can be stored in 'key.txt' file, all application settings are also
stored in a file. This version leaves a near-zero "footprint" on any PC it's run on
after being used. All temporary files/registry settings are removed once the
program has exited.
[+] New modules: Pandion, UPSMon, QIP.Online, JAJC (Just Another Jabber Client),
Web Site Publisher (c) Brian Cryer, Digsby, Apple Safari, Google Chrome
[+] MPR checks for the update on start every 7 days
[+] Implemented Mozilla Firefox 3 password decryption
[+] FileZilla 3 account processing is now supported
[+] Added Spanish translation (thx Christian Olaechea M.)
[-] Fixed Windows product key retrieval (System Info module)
[-] Removed memory leak in Firefox decryption module
Most antiviruses like mine detects this as a not-a-virus:PSWTool.Win32.PasswordRecovery.a. That's what it is, not-a-virus, and a Password Recovery Tool. If you don't want it on your computer, don't use it!!!!
SUGGESTIONS ON USING P2P DOWNLOADS
1) It's always better to run all downloaded programs using Sandboxie or a similar virtual machine.
2) When in doubt, scan them with an Internet Scan service as the ones provided by Jotti and VirusTotal
This will ***NOT*** give you any warranty that a file passing their analysis is clean, nor that if they see them as a troian it's so or not just another false positive, but helps you to decide and at least ask for help or infos.
3) Remember, trust nobody, and when in doubt, go to point 1)
4) If you find any upload containing trojans or whatsoever malicious or unclean, instead of start cursing in the comments of the upload, take the time to go to the Suprbay Forum at:
and report links and comments there, and someone will take care of all the nasties.
That's the only way to keep TPB and its uploads fresh and clean.
That's for what is regarding security. If after testing it you see that you like it and it's useful for you, show your support by buying it!