AOPR has recovered some very strange password for my Outlook (*.pst) file -- it does not look like one I set. Why?
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Same situation as above. Outlook does not keep the password itself -- it calculates (and saves) its hash (CRC32). However, there are many text strings that have the same CRC32 value, and all of them (including the one shown by AOPR) will be accepted by Outlook.
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