If you have a IOS device, for example, an iPad, iPhone, or iPod, you may know that you can back them up using iCloud or iTunes. If you decide to use the latter, then you can choose to encrypt your backups. This program allows you to remove your encryption settings, as well as to retrieve your iTunes password in case you forgot it, and to remove your device's screentime passcode, all this in an easy and fast manner. At least, this is how it is advertised.
The program has a clean and easy-to-use interface. It only features the three different options available. You can choose any of them simply by clicking on the corresponding icon. Then, the program will display the name of the connected device, a brief description of the function, and a Start or Next button that will launch the appropriate process.
The program also allows you to set the time in which it will save automatically the password recovery process, and to choose the CPU to be used. Additionally, you can change the language of the interface to other non-English languages, such as Dutch, Spanish, French, and more.
All this sounds pretty good in theory. Nevertheless, since the program shows a "nag screen" urging you to purchase it every time you start a function, I couldn't test any of its features. This is a shame, since it looks as a useful program.
Another drawback is that the program is mainly subscription-based, meaning that you need to pay a certain amount of money every certain amount of time for being able to use the program. You can also purchase a lifetime license, which is not very affordable.