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I was searching a lot of time for definition of the mdb (Access) database structure, but I haven't found anything about password recovery.
I know that Access 2000 mdb file has sth like pages, 4kB for every page, every page has a type and the first page is a "Database definition page" containing (probably) a encrypted database password.
There is a lot of software able to read MS Access db password, so I think it is not secret where the password is stored.
Where/how can the Access password be found?