Asterisks Password Recovery is a software that lets you see the actual password behind the asterisks! It can recover passwords to such programs like Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express, The BAT! and other e-mail clients, FTP clients like CuteFTP
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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Description: Windows allows storing your frequently used passwords, such as the passwords in Outlook Express email or for a FTP connection. But since you no longer enter the saved password manually, you tend to forget them. The password is staring right at you, but is hiding behind a row of asterisks - ****. This feature is intended to protect your passwords; but sometimes this feature becomes more of a pain, rather than help.
Asterisks Password Recovery is a software that lets you uncover (figure out) the hidden passwords that are covered by the asterisks by simply moving the mouse cursor over the forgotten password field. It can recover passwords to such programs like Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express, The BAT! and other e-mail clients, FTP clients like FlashFXP, CuteFTP etc. Recovers passwords in Internet Explorer.
Nucleus Kernel Password Unmask 1.0 Kernel Password Unmask 1.0 shows and unmasks password of any Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista application or program. It unmasks and reveal password hidden behind asterisks
Password Recovery Pro 1.00 Password Recovery Pro recovers hidden passwords by simply holding the mouse cursor over the asterisks field (*****). It works fine with most Windows applications such as Outlook
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