password recovery


Asterisk Logger – added 10/29/2005

Many applications, like CuteFTP, CoffeeCup Free FTP, VNC, IncrediMail, Outlook Express, and others, allows you to type a password for using it in the application. The typed password is not displayed on the screen, and instead of the real password, you see a sequence of asterisk (’****’) characters. Asterisk Logger can reveal the passwords stored behind the asterisks in standard password text-boxes.


Passwordlist-Viewer – added 10/29/2005

Passwordlist-Viewer is a simple utility to view cached passwords (of the currently logged in User) saved in the corresponding pwl file. It really is interesting how many passwords are saved over time and sometimes even without notice.


StarPW Revealer – added 10/29/2005

Windows 9x and NT systems allow a convenient storage of frequently used passwords, such as the password of your dial-in ISP or FTP connection. However, since you no longer enter the saved password manually, you tend to forget them. What are you to do when you need to know one of the saved passwords? The password is staring right at you, but is hiding behind a row of ******** asterisks…StarPW Revealer allows you to reclaim your password.


PicoZip Recovery Tool – added 10/29/2005

PicoZip Recovery Tool is an easy-to-use program that can help you recover lost or forgotten passwords from password protected* Zip files created by compression utilities like PicoZip, WinZip, PKZip, etc. It supports Zip archives and self-extracting Zip archives, and uses Brute Force and Dictionary recovery methods!


Kernel Password Unmask – added 9/10/2005

This wonderful little utility unmasks and reveals the password hidden behind asterisks (***** characters). It successfully reveals the password of FTP Client software like CuteFTP, FlashFXP, SmartFTP etc. Open Kernel Password Unmask Software and then open the window having password in asterisk form, as you open the password window the password automatically reveals al hidden behind asterisks.


Cain & Abel – added 6/24/2005

Cain & Abel is a password recovery tool for Microsoft Operating Systems. It allows easy recovery of various kind of passwords by sniffing the network, revealing encrypted passwords using various methods, recording VoIP conversations, decoding scrambled passwords, revealing password boxes and analyzing routing protocols.


Snitch – added 8/20/2004

“Snitch” turns back the asterisks in password fields to plaintext passwords. Download the exe file and run it. Press the left mouse button in the “start field”, keep it down and move the mouse pointer to a window with a password field with asterisks. The password will be now shown in plaintext if all goes well.


LCP – added 3/29/2005

LCP is a useful utility for the recovery of account passwords in Windows NT/2000/XP/2003. It can import account information from SAM files, LC and LCS files and PwDump files. It uses brute force methods and dictionary methods.

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