Mail PassView 1.90 CRACK FREE SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD

By | November 23, 2019

Recover the passwords of popular email clients like Outlook Express, MS Outlook, Fedora, Mozilla Thunderbird by turning to this app

Many users rely on e-mail clients to manage their incoming messages, compose and send new e-mails, set reminders and write notes.

Mail Pass View

 is a password recovery tool that can extract the forgotten passkeys from the most popular email clients, including big names such as Mozilla Thunderbird and Outlook Express.

Although it may make you feel a bit insecure, Mail Pass View proved very efficient during our test, managing to show passwords for all accounts configured in Mozilla Thunderbird.

The application has a very simple and clean interface and the user doesn’t even need to scan the computer or input the path to the email client. Mail Pass View does the whole job automatically, so you just have to open the program and you are all set.

More so, it can extract passwords from POP and IMP accounts, providing the account name, email server, password, username, and server type as well.

There is nothing to configure about Mail Pass View, but it also comes with a few goodies after the password recovery process is done. You can thus either copy the password to clipboard or even generate HTML reports with either the selected items or all revealed details.

All in all, Mail Pass View is an excellent tool to recover your forgotten password and since it does such a great job, it’s definitely among top picks in its category.

Mail Pass View is a small password-recovery tool that reveals the passwords and other account details for the following email clients:
Features

  • Outlook Express
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 (POP and SMUT Accounts only)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2002/2003/2007/2010 (POP, IMP, HTTP and SMUT Accounts)
  • Windows Mail
  • Windows Live Mail
  • Incredibility
  • Fedora

Bulletproof is a new take on the old style ‘Asterisk Logger’ utility; a password recovery tool, which reveals* the passwords stored behind bullet points in a password text box of Windows OS and IE browsers.

Key Features include:

  • Command line support.
  • Unicode support.
  • No installation required (just run BulletsPassView.exe).

Bulletproof has a standard user interface, and really is a simple tool that users of all levels of expertise can operate. To start, run the BulletsPassView.exe. The app makes a scan to locate passwords text-boxes that are currently on your screen. If it locates any password, it’ll be displayed in the app’s main window. After revealing the passwords, you can copy it to clipboard or save it to a text/html/cs/XML file.

If you want to undertake another scan, simply choose the ‘Refresh’ option, found in the view menu or press F5. Once enabled, Bulletproof will automatically scan for new password text-boxes.

Many users rely on e-mail clients to manage their incoming messages, compose and send new e-mails, set reminders and write notes.

Although it may make you feel a bit insecure, Mail Pass View proved very efficient during our test, managing to show passwords for all accounts configured in Mozilla Thunderbird.

The application has a very simple and clean interface and the user doesn’t even need to scan the computer or input the path to the email client. Mail Pass View does the whole job automatically, so you just have to open the program and you are all set.

 

More so, it can extract passwords from POP and IMP accounts, providing the account name, email server, password, username and server type as well.

There is nothing to configure about Mail Pass View Keygen, but it also comes with a few goodies after the password recovery process is done. You can thus either copy the password to clipboard or even generate HTML reports with either the selected items or all revealed details.

All in all, Mail Pass View is an excellent tool to recover your forgotten password and since it does such a great job, it’s definitely among top picks in its category.

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