IE PassView

IE PassView

4 stars

Editor's Rating

4 (3)

User Rating

6 6


Win (All)
portable Portable

recover password from Internet Explorer IE PassView retrieves all usernames and passwords along with their associated URL from the Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge password database - IF they have been saved by Internet Explorer. The program allows you to recover the forgotten passwords and/or to export them to a plain text or HTML file. IE PassView supports AutoComplete, HTTP Authentication and stored FTP passwords. If you need support for additional browsers, try WebBrowserPassView from the same developer. Note: Since this is a password recovery tool, most anti-virus programs will warn you when you download or run this program. This is to be expected due to the nature of the program. The zip archive you download is password protected. Use this password to open it: iepv68861$ Copyright

Product Details

Publisher NirSoft (136) Price Free
Version 1.42  history Last updated Dec 05, 2019
File Size 67 Kb Requirements None

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Avg. user rating: 4 Based on 3 user reviews Post your own review

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Works fast and flawlessly 5 stars by Nicholas Jul 27, 2016 (Read all my 72 reviews)
Only two words suffice to honor this useful program: 'Fast' and 'Perfect'! show Review details
Works great for finding forgotten passwords 5 stars by EricPost Jun 25, 2011 (Read all my 10 reviews)
It's a standalone program and works great for finding forgotten passwords. This will show up as a virus in Microsoft Security Essentials as a threat to security. Which it is. So don't worry if it sets off your virus detector. show Review details
Works ok. 3 stars by ianmacm Aug 30, 2006 (Read all my 174 reviews)
This works ok and will show the login names and passwords that are (supposedly) stored secretly in Internet Explorer. As with all password recovery programs there is some potential for misuse, but wise computer users will realise that anything that is password protected on a personal computer needs to be taken with a pinch of salt anyway. show Review details
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