"How to crack (almost) any password in less than two minutes". That was the title of an article that appeared in Wednesday's (10/4) printed edition of the Financial Times. Really caught my attention. Here are some excerpts. "The encryption process produces a 'hash'. Rather than comparing the log-on to a database of words, an attacker can speed things up by using pre-computed hash tables. These tables contain 'hash values' for virtually every possible password, making the cracking of the password a simple process." Regarding Microsoft LAN Manager (LM) hashes, "The result is that virtually any hash can be cracked in a couple of minutes. There are failures but only very few." So my question is, does the above apply to Crypotsuite? Can my Cryptosuite archives be cracked in a couple of minutes with the right equipment? I generally use a 35 character passphrase, utilizing both (uppercase and lowercase) letters and numbers. Can these pre-computed hash tables really do this?? Wow.