How to see passwords behind asterisks

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Nowadays working on a computer is tough stuff. As a matter of fact, there is a lot, really a lot of software to take advantage of. Yahoo Messenger, FTP applications, Outlook Express, Incredimail etc. are just a few examples. With so many applications , remembering passwords can be a really difficult task. You might want to read this article about how to secure your important passwords and licence keys. So, what happen when you loose a password? Cry? Tear your hair down, hit your head on a hard wall? Well, if this is your best solution, now you have got a better way to recover your lost passowords.

Asterisk Logger is a smart password retriever which, in many cases, can save your life and your sleeps. A lot of applications on your computer allow you to type passwords which usually are hidden behind asterisks. This to prevent nosy people from peering behind you back and see what you are writing or just in case you decide to allow the software to remember the password and make the login process faster next time you use the application again. What this little utility does is to show the passwords stored behind the asterisks in standard password text-boxes. Its most features include:

  • If a program contains a box with asterisks, Asterisk Logger will show you the password behind them without you to press a button. In fact, everything is done automatically.
  • Asterisk Logger shows you a lot of infos such as: the date/time that the password was revealed, the name of the application that contains the revealed password box, and the executable file of the application.
  • Asterisk Logger allows you the save the passwords to HTML file and to 3 types of text files.
  • Asterisk Logger works on Windows 9x, Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, Windows NT.

If you want to know more, visit the official website, if you want to download it, click here.

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