Password Discovery 2.2
Regain access to any application on your computer that you no longer remember the password for. As long as the password was at one point used on your operating system, the tool will automatically find it and retrieve it. It also works with forgotten passwords for Internet-related accounts if they were stored in Internet Explorer.
Password Discovery is a tool to recover lost or forgotten passwords on almost every windows program and web site (Internet Explorer Only).
On windows systems almost any program that demands a password insertion
use an edit box that hides your password behind a row of asterisks.
Also on most web sites, when you enter your password, you can see only a row of asterisks in the password field.
Example of such programs are:
* Ftp Clients ( like CuteFtp, FlashFXP, SmartFtp and so on )
* Instant Messengers (like MSN, ICQ and so on)
* Email Clients ( like Outlook, Eudora and so on)
* Windows itself (dial-up/ADSL connection, LAN/Nework login etc.)
* WEB EMAIL (like yahoo email, hotmail, google gmail, aol etc.)
Usually this websites and programs have a "remember my login and password" checkbox.
It is useful, because you don't have to re-type that password again.
However, since you no longer enter the saved password manually, it can happen to forget them.
There are many situations in which you need to recovery your forgotten password.
For example if you decide to reinstall or upgrade windows.
Or if you want to change your ftp/email program.
You can even lost all your accounts due to a hard disk failure.
Many things can happen, you can't rely on windows!
In all these situations Password Discovery is the right tool to choose!
It is also very easy to use:
Launch Password Discovery (pwdisco.exe)
Drag the magnifying glass over the hidden password
Immediately Password Discovery reveals you the hidden password.
All passwords are recovered instantly. It doesn't use Brute Force attack, so you don't have to wait more than half second to recover your password.
It can also be a great help to make sure you type a password correctly.
When you need your password back, you need Password Discovery!