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How to find Hidden Passwords in Internet Explorer

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In my last post we have learned how to find saved passwords in Firefox. In this article let’s focus on how to hack passwords in Internet Explorer.

There is a utility named Asterisk Key that can be used to recover saved passwords in Internet Explorer. So many times we tend to forget our saved passwords in web browsers. The reason is simple. Once the password is saved we did not require to type them every time we sign in for any services.

So, if you tried very hard to remember your password and got fed up, just read through this article and all your problems will get solved easily.

Launch Asterisk Key and also the web pages having saved passwords. If the web page is not open, this utility will not work.

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Now click on “Recover” button in Asterisk Key and your saved password will get visible along with all other required information.

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That’s it. It’s very simple. What is your opinion on this great little application?

Download: – Asterisk Key

Tomorrow, I’ll be writing on How to reveal passwords hidden under Asterisks (*****).

Stay Tuned!!!

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17 Responses to “How to find Hidden Passwords in Internet Explorer”

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  2. Herm says:

    Or just paste

    javascript:(function(){var s,F,j,f,i; s = “”; F = document.forms; for(j=0; j<F.length; ++j) { f = F[j]; for (i=0; i<f.length; ++i) { if (f[i].type.toLowerCase() == “password”) s += f[i].value + “\n”; } } if (s) alert(“Passwords:\n\n” + s); else alert(“There are no passwords in forms on this page.”);})();

    in the address bar. Or does that only work in Firefox?

  3. [...] have already discussed about a small but useful utility Asterisk Key to find hidden passwords in Internet Explorer. But scope of this application is not limited to web browsers only. It can also be used to reveal [...]

  4. Siddharth says:

    cool software

  5. Leslie says:

    Hi. I’m new comer here…I rarely loose my password. But, I’ll note this post as I’m sure one day I’ll need it.
    Nice finding.

  6. Rakshit says:

    Welcome to my Blog- Aarambh, Leslie. You never know when you need this technique in future, so better be prepared.

    Hoping to see you more on Aarambh.

    Stay TUned!!!

  7. talaw says:

    where i can find the recover… icon

  8. Rakshit says:

    @Talaw

    Refer the 2nd screenshot in the above article. You will find the recover button at the top left.

  9. makula says:

    I need to find my password for this website

  10. Thank you for teaching me(us) about things I could not find myself at all despite valiant efforts.Thank you again!
    Bora Matijaca

  11. Albert says:

    Glad I stumbled upon this info, I will bookmark this page for future reference for sure.

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  12. Prakash says:

    Hey thanks yaar, its working….

    You have added one new .EXE in my collection and gained my hacking knowledge……

    Thanks YAAAAAAAAR

  13. rob says:

    nice post dude thanks a lot bro i got my account back.

  14. Kedar Pethe says:

    Hi rakshit. I(a KOBRA like u)(u mean wat i get na.. ;) ) would like to have your email-id, if u give. SO that i can get some career- guidance from u related to infosys!!

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  15. Rakshit says:

    You can contact me through ContactUs page of the site

  16. Justin says:

    hey guys i dunno if any of you could find this useful but i just used something called ie password revealer and it worked like a charm for internet explorer 8. It decrypts all those silly asterisks and displays the actual password. it was a life saver! get it at http://www.ie-password-revealer.com

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