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cabextract 1.5 released

Posted: 2015-01-26

The newly released cabextract 1.5 fixes several bugs found using the afl tool.

libmspack 0.5 released

Posted: 2015-01-26

The newly released libmspack 0.5 fixes several bugs found using the afl tool.

libmspack 0.4 released

Posted: 2013-05-28

The newly released libmspack 0.4 adds support for Exchange Offline Address Book files.

cabextract 1.4 released

Posted: 2011-05-12

The newly released cabextract 1.4 fixes bugs and is more compatible with native 64-bit platforms like Fedora and Mac OS X.

ppcrack 1.0a update

Posted: 2010-11-25

Just a small update to the ppcrack source code to make it compatible with C89 compilers. Thanks to Stefan A. Haubenthal for the fix.

ppcrack 1.0 released

Posted: 2010-11-21

ppcrack has reached near perfection. It now supports all known PowerPacker executables, and can even crack them using a dictionary attack. To ensure it gets the most out of your computer, it also supports multithreaded cracking so you can use all your CPUs and cores!

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