Passcovery’s AccessBack.com service decodes any password-protected file created in Excel or Word 97-2003, creating an exact copy of the file without password protection.Learn How It Works
Upload your file and receive a password-free decrypted copy
Over 2,000 relieved users around the world have used the service to remove the passwords from their Excel/Word files.
Passcovery guarantees that its service can decrypt and remove the password for any Excel/Word file with 40-bit encryption (.doc/.dot/.xls/.xla files created in Microsoft Office 97-2003). It doesn’t matter how long or complex the password is.
To remove the password to open an Excel/Word file, all you need is a web browser to upload the protected file and an email address where we can send the decrypted copy.
You will see the first page of your document immediately after decryption. There is no charge for the decryption – you only pay to receive a copy of the decrypted file once the decryption is successful.
Once you upload your file to AccessBack.com, decryption and password removal will take less than 24 hours.
The decrypted file will retain all the data and formatting of your original text or Excel spreadsheet. The only difference will be the missing password.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart, indeed. File arrived, and after 12 years it is most interesting to read again. The only document I ever had password-protected...
It is, by the way, my fearless, searching moral inventory as suggested by Step 4 in AA. I trust that you have your copy deleted by now. If not - well, no harm is done if anybody reads it after all this time. It could even be something my Higher Power has arranged, there may be reasons.
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W. WelzinBest regards from Hamburg/Germany
I was a little bit skeptical about the service, the web is full of scum, so you can imagine my surprise when I received an email with the image of the unlocked file. Great service!
Dario BigiCampana, Argentina
Super - thanks!
Where a lot of the other online decrypters charge $20 or more per file, your price of $8 is much more reasonable for a one-time, single file job.
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