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ChromePasswordDecryptor

July 23rd, 2009 by Dev Team in Uncategorized

Google Chrome browser is the latest entry into the ongoing web browser’s war which is mainly ruled by IE and Firefox. The word Google behind the Chrome has given it lot of hype and popularity than any other browser got in such a short duration. However some of the features such as searching from the same address bar, thumbnails of top sites, private browsing etc makes it stand apart from other browsers in the market.

Like other browsers Chrome also has built-in login password manager functionality which keeps track of the login secrets of all visited websites. Whenever user logins to any website, he/she will be prompted to save the credentials for later use and if user chooses so, then the username & passwords will be stored in internal login database. So next time onwards whenever user visits that website, he/she will be automatically logged in using these stored credentials which saves hassle of entering the credentails every time.

ChromePasswordDecryptor is standalone application which does not require any installation and can be directly executed after copying to local system.

* Launch the ChromePasswordDecryptor on the system.
* By default it will automatically display the default chrome profile path for current user. However you can change the path using the ‘browse’ button besides it.
* Then you can click on ‘Show’ button to decrypt and display all the stored login secrets from Chrome.
* Next you can click on ‘Export’ button to save all the secrets to standard HTML file.
Download chromepassworddecryptor

Remove Document Protection in Word

October 25th, 2008 by admin in Password Info, windows

Ever run into situation where someone sends you a read-only password protected Word document, but wants you to make changes?
Here’s how to crack it if you are using the newer versions of Word:

If you are using office XP or 2003, you can change the view to HTML-Code using Microsoft Script-Editor by pressing the [Alt]+[Shift]+[F11] key combination.

Search for “Password” and you will find somethimg like this:
<w:DocumentProtection>ReadOnly</w:DocumentProtection>
<w:UnprotectPassword>19E8E61E</w:UnprotectPassword>

To remove the protection:
-Just remowe those two lines, and after saving the document , the protection is gone.

To remove the password:
-replace the Password, here “19E8E61E”, with “00000000″, save the Document and close “Script-Editor”.

Alternative you can save your document as .html and use a html-Editor

Free Kaspersky Keys

September 26th, 2008 by admin in News
for /f %%i in (allkey.txt) do curl -d "ACT_CODE=%%i+&CUSTOMER_ID=&CUSTOMER_PASS=&sendcode=%%E4%%B8%%8B%%E4%%B8%%80%%E6%%AD%%A5+" https://activation.kaspersky.com/en/index.html>%%i.html
for /r %%i in (*.html) do findstr /M "Wrong activation code" %%i>>delfile.txt
for /f %%i in (delfile.txt) do del %%i
del delfile.txt

Belkin Router/adsl2 modem password bypass

August 26th, 2008 by Dev Team in News, Password Info, Wireless

Html code to bypass the webinterface password protection of the Belkin wireless G router + adsl2 modem.Tested on model F5D7632-4V6 with upgraded firmware 6.01.08.
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Recovering Internet Explorer Passwords: Theory and Practice

July 6th, 2008 by Dev Team in News, Password Info, windows

Brief introduction on how Internet Explorer stores its passwords

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