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BrowserPasswordDecryptor hack

BrowserPasswordDecryptor is easy to use with its simple GUI interface.
Here are the brief usage details

Using GUI Version
Launch BrowserPasswordDecryptor on your system
Next click on ‘Start Recovery’ button and all website login passwords stored by web browsers will be recovered & displayed as shown in screenshot 1 below.
By default passwords are not shown for security reasons as it is sensitive data. However you can click on’Show Password’ button at the bottom to view these passwords.
Finally you can save all recovered password list to HTML/XML/Text file by clicking on ‘Export’ button and then select the type of file from the drop down box of ‘Save File Dialog’

Using Command-line Version
BrowserPasswordDecryptor.exe “<output_file path>”

Here are some of the examples

//Writes recovered password to text file in current directory
BrowserPasswordDecryptor.exe output.txt

//Writes recovered password to HTML file in current directory
BrowserPasswordDecryptor.exe output.html

//Writes recovered password to XML file in current directory
BrowserPasswordDecryptor.exe output.xml

//Writes recovered password to TEXT file
BrowserPasswordDecryptor.exe “c:\my test\passlist”
Here is the typical usage of command line version

It automatically detects the mode (HTML/XML/Text) by using the extension of the specified file (html/xml/txt). By default (or if no extension is specified) it uses the TEXT mode. For more examples refer to Screenshot 2 below.


Here are the screenshots of BrowserPasswordDecryptor

Screenshot 1:BrowserPasswordDecryptor is showing the recovered website login passwords for popular web browsers. Passwords are not shown being sensitive data, you can turn on by clicking on ‘Show Password’ button below.

Screenshot 2: Command line usage of BrowserPasswordDecryptor showing various examples.


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License : Freeware
Platform: Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Win7, Win8

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