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Lost mdw security file in Access 97 files - commercial vendor referral?

I have some old code locked in two Access 97 files where I lost the mdw file and the pid do to system crashes.  Can someone refer me
to a commercial vendor who can crack these files?  - Regards - Kurt


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I believe Serge Gavrilov has made available free software to illustrate the
leaky security of Access 97... caveat: I haven't actually used this, nor any
of his software... the URL I have is: http://accesstools.narod.ru. But, I
don't know if he still has it available for download on his site -- haven't
visited it in some time.


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> I have some old code locked in two Access 97 files where I lost the mdw
file and the pid do to system crashes.  Can someone refer me
> to a commercial vendor who can crack these files?  - Regards - Kurt
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