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Thread: Passwords on WinRaR files

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    I hate people who put passwords on files then dont tell you how or where to get password to open it. What a waste of time downloading file for nothing.

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    vampiro's Avatar Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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    Try using google and search for the file name...usually works for me

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    The p/w is usually in the .nfo file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broken View Post
    The p/w is usually in the .nfo file.
    sometimes the rar files come without an nfo file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Hunter View Post
    I hate people who put passwords on files then dont tell you how or where to get password to open it. What a waste of time downloading file for nothing.
    If you get such a file delete it..often that's done to get you to visit their websites... for the password.. ..shame about the wasted bandwidth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackbird View Post
    Unless it's a REALLY easy password, you could brute force it till the cows come home and not crack it.

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    i gave up and deleted it no more zipped files for me

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    lol...
    good-bye 99.999999995% of all files on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Hunter View Post
    i gave up and deleted it no more zipped files for me
    That no more is a bit over the top..not all ( hardly any) are actually password protected..and for many torrent sites, password protection is often forbidden. It's just very frustrating if you find out only after downloading larger files and it's a waste of course.

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