What’s new in Passware Kit Mobile 2023 v3:
- GPU-accelerated password recovery for Vivo and Oppo devices
- GPU-accelerated password recovery for 60 new Xiaomi and LG devices
- GPU-accelerated password recovery for Nokia, Alcatel, and Motorola devices
- Application data extraction from Vivo, Oppo, and other new devices
- Improved detection of password type for Mediatek-based devices
- Support for iOS 15.7.5 and 16.4.1 on iPhone 7 and other A10 devices
Passware Kit Mobile 2023 v3 introduces GPU-accelerated password recovery option for Oppo, Vivo, Motorola, and other MediaTek-based smartphones. The following chipsets are supported: 6739, 6761, 6762, 6765, 6768, 6769, and 6785. The added models include Oppo Realme Pad, Vivo Y19, Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S, and 180 additional devices. As well as providing lock password recovery, PKM also decrypts application data on these devices.
The new version is now capable of detecting the protector type on MediaTek-based devices with the latest versions of Android, whether they are protected with a PIN, password, or pattern.
PKM 2023 v3 adds support for more than 180 new mobile devices and is our most significant increase in device compatibility to date, bringing the total number of supported devices to 490+!
GPU-accelerated password recovery for Vivo and Oppo devices
PKM 2023 v3 recovers passcodes for Vivo and Oppo smartphones with MediaTek chipsets, including 6739, 6761, 6762, 6765, 6768, 6769, and 6785.
The software automatically detects whether the smartphone is protected with a password, PIN, or a pattern and adjusts the recovery settings. The passcode recovery speed for such devices can be accelerated on NVIDIA and AMD GPUs, reaching over 14,600 passwords per second on NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti for Vivo Y19 and Oppo Realme 6. The device itself does not have to be connected during the password recovery and decryption processes.
Please find the full list of supported models on our website.
GPU-accelerated password recovery for 60 new Xiaomi and LG devices
PKM extends support for Xiaomi and LG devices by adding 60 new MediaTek-based models, including Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S, Xiaomi Poco M5s, LG K50, LG W41 Pro, and others. Both file-based and full-disk encryption types are supported.
Password recovery for such devices can be accelerated on GPU and does not require the device to stay connected during the decryption process.
GPU-accelerated password recovery for Nokia, Alcatel, and Motorola devices
The following vendors are now supported by PKM 2023 v3: Nokia, Alcatel, and Motorola. This adds over 50 smartphones, such as Nokia C200, Alcatel 3L 2021, and Motorola Moto G22.
Application data extraction from Vivo, Oppo, and other new devices
In addition to lock password recovery for 180+ new devices, PKM decrypts and extracts their user and application data: Signal, Wickr, and 1Password records.
Improved detection of password type for Mediatek-based devices
The new version of PKM is now capable of detecting the protector type on MediaTek-based devices with the recent versions of Android, including Android 12. It tells whether the device is protected with a PIN, password, or pattern and adjusts the password recovery settings accordingly.
Support for iOS 15.7.5 and 16.4.1 on iPhone 7 and other A10 devices
Passware Kit Mobile extends the range of iOS versions supported by adding recently released iOS 15.7.5 and 16.4-16.4.1. These iOS versions are supported on iPhone 7 and other Apple devices with A8/A8X/A9/A9X/A10 chipsets, excluding A10 iPads.
See the full list of features and bugfixes on our website.
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- Passware Certified Examiner Training
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