I have finally released my crowbarPGP Cocoa application. Included in the Install DMG you can download below is a folder called Extras. I put several OSX Automators in it that I have found useful or mentioned in other blog posts. You can edit them in Automator to see how they work.
I also added a new preference that lets you choose not to growl notify the found password while still getting a notification. Soon I will add that to the other crowbar apps. I also finally fixed the code to automatically ignore the carriage return character that comes from dictionary files originating on the Windows OS. This too I will shortly add to the other crowbar apps and release through the auto updates mechanism.
crowbarPGP is a dictionary attack tool for cracking PGP (www.pgp.com) Whole Disk Encryption and PGD virtual PGP Disk files. It requires 10.5 or 10.6 OSX. One key thing. I included the PGD attack feature. However I found a memory leak in the pgpdisk command last year. I informed PGP of it and provided them the backup material. Unfortunately my contact is no longer with PGP and the memory leak is still there in the recent v10.0 PGP for Mac OSX. So I strongly suggest you do not use that feature until they patch it. When they do I will post a blog update and likely do a small version increment to the program through the automatic updates feature.
Thanks again to Paul Figgiani for his patience in making GUI layout and improvement suggestions.
Thanks as well to the following code and frameworks: