According to the documentation(http://keepass.info/help/base/security.html), keepass runs the AES key transformation round more than once to increase security.
If cracking consists of trying random strings of characters until we find the "right" one, wouldn't running the key transformation over again just result in another "right" one being found with the same probability?
For example, if I protected a file with the password "dog", but the encrypted file was run twice through AES, wouldn't there be another solution to the second round which could be cracked by finding that one? My goal is to find "a" solution, and not necessarily "the" solution. Why is it the case that if something is run through 1 million rounds, that I can't just crack the last one?