Password Spectator Pro – allows users to decrypt and display passwords stored behind the asterisks
The Password Spectator Pro application allows users to decrypt and display passwords stored behind the asterisks.
Windows 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.
For 9x and NT users the solution was to use a password recovery utility that displayed the passwords inside the box. But as many users upgrade to Windows XP they realize that Microsoft changed the security of the password boxes and all old password recovery tools fail on Windows XP. But with the Password Spectator Pro, users can reveal their forgotten passwords on XP and Windows 2000 as easily as on Windows 98 or Windows ME.
Password Spectator Pro works both with the Internet sites and with software applications that require passwords.
Password Spectator Pro works with a great majority of applications; the only
exception are the programs that actually “store” asterisks behind the asterisks. Gladly, Password Spectator Pro is sold on a try-before-you- buy basis, which means there are no up front costs. You are given substantial time period to try and test the software to make sure this is the application you’ve been searching for.
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