Protected Storage PassView 1.63
Protected Storage PassView - reveals the passwords stored on your computer by Internet Explorer and Outlook Express
One of the best things about this application is the fact that it doesn't need prior configuration to show the passwords, as it automatically scans the computer after you load it and retrieves all stored details.
While there are no configuration screens, which makes the whole program even easier to use, Protected Storage PassView lets you select the data you wish to see, with multiple options grouped in the “View” menu.
You can thus choose to access Outlook passwords, AutoComplete passwords, AutoComplete fields, password-protected sites, MSN Explorer passwords and other passwords saved in Internet Explorer.
Keep in mind that Protected Storage PassView only works with Internet Explorer and only if the user has saved the usernames and passwords while browsing the web.
There is no help file included in the package and, truth is, you don't even need one since everything's so basic. The main window shows you all the info you need, including resource name, resource type, username and value, password and protected storage type.
Just as expected, the amount of hardware resources needed to run Protected Storage PassView is very low, so the app can be used safely on all Windows workstations with just a minimum footprint on the computer performance.
All things considered, Protected Storage PassView is one of the tools that may come in handy to many users out there, as it boasts a very friendly and straightforward approach.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on February 10th, 2012
Protected Storage PassView
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What's New in This Release:
- Added 'Protected Storage Type' column that display the item type as appeared in the Protected Storage structure.
Application descriptionProtected Storage PassView is a small application that reveals the passwords stored on your computer by Internet Expl...