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Browser Password Recovery Tool 2.0.0 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Browser Password Recovery Tool 2.0.0

Recover all your passwords stored in the browser in a second.
$19.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 20 15 comments

Browser Password Recovery Tool 2.0.0 was available as a giveaway on June 9, 2024!

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Browser Password Recovery Tool could recover all your passwords stored in the browser in a second. The program recovers all passwords and allows you to save them in a text file, so you won't forget them ever again. If the number of recovered password is huge, you could still be able to sort or search through them according to your needs. The product currently supports the following browsers: Chrome, Microsoft Edge Legacy and Chromium, Opera, Brave, Vivaldi, Mozilla Firefox.

"Custom password recovery" option allows you to recover the passwords of almost all browsers based on the Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, including Avast Secure Browser, Comodo Dragon, SRWare Iron, 360 Browser, Cent, Pale Moon, Tor Browser, Comodo IceDragon, Waterfox, SeaMonkey and many more.


- Recover usernames and passwords for Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Vivaldi, Brave, Epic Privacy Browser and Torch instantly;
- Recover username and passwords for almost all Chromium or Firefox based browsers with a "Custom Password Recovery" mode for browsers like Cent, Comodo Dragon, SRWare Iron, Slimjet, 360 Browser, Avast Secure Browser, IceDragon, SeaMonkey, Tor and many more...

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10/ 11 (x32/x64)


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File Size:

2.0 MB

Licence details:

6 month license



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Clicked twice and I can't see the program after installation. What am I doing wrong???

Reply   |   Comment by Yaakov  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Downloaded & installed Browser Password Recovery Tool 2.0.0 from Giveaway of the day; all OK. When I execute the program, nothing appears on my screen. Have tried running as admin, uninstall & reinstall, and using MS Toubleshooter (which reported "Incompatible program"). Still not working.
Window 10 Home at current patch level, Lenovo laptop. Any help would be apprecated.
Email to vendor's "Contct Us" resulted in ""The requested URL /sendmail.php was not found on this server."

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

If you miss this or want more passwords found for more browsers give https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/web_browser_password.html a go, works for IE under Visa and Edge and Firefox it has options to set custom data files location in advanced settings for portable browsers.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

On vendors website they offer a "portable version" download... so one would expect it to have a portable license option... but they do not sell a portable license! only single PC licenses that are stored in the registry of the hosting computer, the nearest to a portable license is the business license for up to 99 PC's but the activation data is stored in the host PC not within the portable media folder hierarchy so not portable. They need to make their mind up... are they offering a portable version or not, if they are then offer a true portable licensing option and license storage mechanism.
Tried this under 32bit Vista and it only claimed to recover a single IE9 saved password when there were really loads from years ago. Oh and failed similarly under Windows 10 with Comodo portable IceDragon to Firefox same error... and with Comodo portable dragon the recovered passwords were non-ASCII garbage not the store passphrases.
Under Windows Vista all versions of Firefox and IceDragon failed parsing the respective files... seems to only work for MS Edge in both it's guises under Windows 10 and is not compatible with any portable firefox or derivative or portable chrome... not surprising seeing as there has only been the initial release 1.0.0 and a second release with a minor fix and version jumping to 2.0.0 when really it should have been 1.0.0 to 1.0.1. Program needs a private alpha/beta test phase or two before bringing out a commercial release IMHO!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

To find the passwords stored by the browser on a Chromebook, you can follow these steps:

1. **Open Chrome:**
- Launch the Google Chrome browser on your Chromebook.

2. **Access Settings:**
- Click on the three-dot menu in the upper-right corner of the browser window.
- Select "Settings" from the dropdown menu.

3. **Navigate to Passwords:**
- In the Settings menu, scroll down and click on "Autofill."
- Under Autofill, click on "Passwords."

4. **View Saved Passwords:**
- You will see a list of websites and the associated usernames. To view the saved passwords, click on the eye icon next to the password you want to reveal.
- You might be prompted to enter your Chromebook password to verify your identity.

5. **Manage Passwords:**
- You can also add, edit, or delete passwords from this section.

Following these steps will allow you to view and manage the passwords stored by the browser on your Chromebook.

ChatGPT will gladly give comparable answers for other browsers and other operating systems

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

tried doing a custom extraction from a 64bit installation of Firefox under Windows 10 and it failed to show login credentials instead returning "Error: Get Internal Slot Failed" on each entry, same results same whether Firefox is running or not so not a data access collision. Can still retrieve saved logins from Firefox directly of course. with extra data and functionality like last used data and delete saved entry option.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

hmmm when setting the path to a custom user data on Chrome or Firefox forked browsers we are supposed to ensure the path includes the file "Login Data" or "logins.json" but the folder selection widget they use does not show any files in the selected folders as it is only the folder selection win32API object and not a modified File selection win32API dialog that can be customised to show a specific file specification IF present in the selected folder... We will need to use a separate program like Everything to search for the location of "Login Data" then navigate identically to the found path or find it in another instance of Windows Explorer and then navigate to the found location.... easier to just launch the browser in question and view the saved login credentials within the browsers own interface! Also I note it only revealed saved logins by default from Chrome based Edge and Legacy Edge, it did not offer any of the saved logins from old IE browser that cannot be retrieved via it's user interface because MS instantly closes IE and spawns Chrome based Edge... that may have been the ONLY function you cannot do in the native browser UI and it does not do it! No FAQ on recovering passwords from portable instances of browsers either. Again easier to do the job in the portable browsers UI!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

a really useful bit of kit - time to update my user password on websites I currently use, and to delete accounts I no longer use, in case of a data breach. And to update my Google Password Manager

Reply   |   Comment by john barr  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

But in password manager you can see all your passwords. what is the necessity for this tool???

Reply   |   Comment by Partha Mandayam  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

Partha Mandayam,
In Firefox I can use Settings to search and view all my passwords but there does not seem to be an obvious way to print them all out, so maybe that is the purpose of this software.

Reply   |   Comment by rww  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Partha Mandayam, I think this would be useful for exporting prior to updating to a new computer or device. Also, maybe you can put the list on a thumb drive and save it in your disaster kit. I haven't found password export to be of use in Firefox, maybe this is better.

Reply   |   Comment by Therese Shellabarger  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Therese Shellabarger,

Exporting passwords stored in Firefox can be done using the following steps:

1. **Ensure Firefox is Up to Date**: Before proceeding, make sure you have the latest version of Firefox.

2. **Install Firefox Extension (if necessary)**: Firefox doesn’t have a built-in option to export passwords directly, but you can use an extension like "Password Exporter" to facilitate this process.

3. **Exporting Passwords**:
- **Using an Extension**:
1. Go to the [Firefox Add-ons website](https://addons.mozilla.org) and search for a password exporting extension, such as "Password Exporter".
2. Install the extension and follow its instructions to export your passwords.

- **Using Firefox Lockwise (Firefox 80 and later)**:
1. Open Firefox and click on the menu button (three horizontal lines) in the upper right corner.
2. Select “Logins and Passwords” to open the Firefox Lockwise interface.
3. Click the three dots (more options) button in the upper right corner of the Firefox Lockwise page.
4. Select "Export Logins".
5. Confirm the action by clicking “Export” on the prompt.
6. Choose a location to save your passwords file (it will be saved as a CSV file).
7. Confirm the export by entering your Firefox master password if prompted.

4. **Security Precautions**:
- Make sure to keep the exported CSV file in a secure location.
- Delete the file after importing it to another password manager to avoid any potential security risks.

5. **Importing into Another Password Manager**:
- If you are moving your passwords to another manager, check its import options and follow the necessary steps to import the CSV file you exported.

By following these steps, you can easily export your stored passwords from Firefox.

This answer was generated by ChatGPT

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

On the firefox page with passwords, at the top right is the export, look for the button with 3 dots ...

Reply   |   Comment by joe Livelead  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Therese Shellabarger,
You can use Mozbackup to save your firefox profile then use it to restore to a new computer.

Reply   |   Comment by rww  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

gergn, As usual ChatGPT output looks pretty but is factually wrong, Firefox does have a built in Password Exporter on the Passwords page find "..." button on top right of window and select Export Passwords... NO 3rd party Extension is required or recommended. After some warning it prompts for windows login credential and then offers to export to .CSV file and recommends deletion after it's served its purpose...
Polite Hint when producing any text via ChatGPT or ANY AI remember to fact and context check the output and never take the output at face value as AI does not know topic it is generating output on, it's just juggling bits according to some complex formatting rules.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
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