I remember that my password is 12 characters long and contains special chars, is it possible to recover it?
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Not in this life. You can calculate the total number of passwords (AOPR should try) using the simple formula: it is just the total number of characters in the character set (26 for small letters, 26 for capital letters, 10 for digits, and 33 for special chars) in a power of password length. So, even if the password contains just small and capital letters, and the length is 12, the total is 52^12 = 390,877,006,486,250,192,896. Even if AOPR will be able to test a million passwords per second (actual speed is lower), it would take more than twelve million years to find the correct one. Well, if you're lucky enough -- just six million years ;) Fortunately, another solution exists.
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