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Jared

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It would be nice if Ace added a feature like this. Maybe they are working on it and it's just taking a while to come out with a version that actually works.

GPU accelerated cracking would be nice. Something like what Passware uses.
 
I have a friend that uses MRT and I help him most times with it....
Though they have made some significant improvement in their latest update, but for the lost or forgotten Password, it does remove it sometimes very fast and some other times it takes days and yet no result. MRT guys are really moving very fast and hope ACE is watching.. I was highly impressed with some functions in it.
 

pclab

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Bankole Oladoja":32bgftjs said:
[post]9594[/post] I have a friend that uses MRT and I help him most times with it....
Though they have made some significant improvement in their latest update, but for the lost or forgotten Password, it does remove it sometimes very fast and some other times it takes days and yet no result. MRT guys are really moving very fast and hope ACE is watching.. I was highly impressed with some functions in it.

So you have tested it? And it worked??
 
Well,
MRT Ver 2.1.1.3 is really good tool,Serious enough for a lab all you users should give it a shot .I had 2 MRT Pro's That i Have Ordered a Update To MRT Express As Pro is a Discontinued Hardware .I also Ordered a Ultra And Man Its Very Very nice .I can get speeds upto 166 in cloning ,i like it
 

Jared

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Amarbir[CDR-Labs said:
":2tn7jufk]Well,
MRT Ver 2.1.1.3 is really good tool,Serious enough for a lab all you users should give it a shot .I had 2 MRT Pro's That i Have Ordered a Update To MRT Express As Pro is a Discontinued Hardware .I also Ordered a Ultra And Man Its Very Very nice .I can get speeds upto 166 in cloning ,i like it

I think MRT is a good imaging tool. I've been considering buying one for a while to just have some extra channels for that. However, I find their menus to be cluttered, disorganized, and overall just a mess compared to PC-3000.. Something that'll take me two seconds to do in PC-3000, like read a Seagate system file by terminal, will take an hour to even figure out how to accomplish on MRT.
 

pclab

Moderator
And the "Chinglish" is terrible. That shows the kind of attention they give to details.
Although that have no impact in efficiency, personally I don't like bad translations or typo...
 
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