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Saved Password Locations

November 25th, 2008 by admin in Firefox, Password Info, Trillian, windows, Yahoo

Many people ask about the location in the Registry or file system that applications store the passwords. Here is a list of password storage locations for popular applications compiled by Nir Sofer.
Be aware that even if you know the location of the saved password, it doesn’t mean that you can move it from one computer to another. many applications store the passwords in a way that prevent you from moving them to another computer or user profile. (more…)

IE Recover 1.0

September 27th, 2008 by admin in Files, News, Our Tools, Password Info, windows

When you visit website ftp site in Internet Explorer version 4.x-6.x and you choose the “Remember password” when you login, the password is saved in the Protected Storage in the registry, and this utility can recover it.

The Protected Storage information is saved in a special location in the Registry. The base key of the Protected Storage is located under the following key: “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System Provider”
You can browse the above key in the Registry Editor (RegEdit), but you won’t be able to watch the passwords, because they are encrypted. Also, some passwords data are hidden by the operating system.

IE Recover

We are releasing a Demo version of IE Recover that recovers the first 3 characters of your password.


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Outlook Recover 1.0

September 15th, 2008 by Dev Team in News, Our Tools, Password Info, windows

When you create a mail account in Outlook Express or a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook, and you choose the “Remember password” option in the account properties, the password is saved in the Protected Storage in the registry, and this utility can recover it.

The Protected Storage information is saved in a special location in the Registry. The base key of the Protected Storage is located under the following key: “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System Provider”
You can browse the above key in the Registry Editor (RegEdit), but you won’t be able to watch the passwords, because they are encrypted. Also, some passwords data are hidden by the operating system.

Outlook Recover

We are releasing a Demo version of Outlook Recover that recovers the first 3 characters of your password.

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The full version is available for $2.99 that shows the complete password.

Built in pure Assembler language this program is only 7kb and fits perfectly on a thumbdrive to carry with you anywhere.

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Physical Access is Total Access

July 12th, 2008 by Dev Team in News

by LysergicBliss
A cardinal rule of computer security is that once an attacker has
acquired physical access to a machine, it is generally trivial for
that attacker to fully compromise the system. As technology
improves, this is becoming less the case, but for now, if an attacker
has physical access to a machine, the attacker can generally breach
its security.
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Windows Password Recovery Tools

March 13th, 2008 by Dev Team in Files, Password Info, windows

There are several ways to obtain password hashes, depending on their location and existing access. Password hashes can be obtained from SAM file or its backup, directly from local or remote computer registry, from registry or Active Directory on local or remote computer by means of DLL injection, from a network sniffer. The SAM file located in the %SystemRoot%\system32\config directory or %SystemRoot%\repair directory. It is also possible to recover the password itself from memory.

Here’s a few free tools to help you recover lost/unknown Windows passwords, most come with the source code included. (more…)