Twitter Password Dump 2.0
A command-line based application whose main purpose is to recover Twitter login credentials that are stored inside various browsers
It is suited for users who have misplaced their credentials and cannot login into their account. But in order for the application to work, the password to your account needs to be saved inside a compatible browser (you can find the list in the product’s description).
It runs from command line and despite the general belief that this approach only targets advanced users, this is not the case with Twitter Password Dump. It can be widely used by beginners and professional users, as efforts are reduced to a quick installation and a simple double-click soon after that.
Once you have initiated the application, it start identifying compatible browsers installed on the system, as well as Twitter credentials that have been stored in there. However, these processes are carried out at very fast speed and the recovered logins are brought to your right away.
The output list will contain details such as username, password, as well as the browser that keeps this type of information. On the downside, there’s no possibilities to save the login data to an output file, thereby you might have to write it by hand inside an electronic document.
Overall, Twitter Password Dump proves to be an efficient application, being able to recover lost Twitter credentials, which would otherwise involve complex operations to be revealed. Despite being a command-line based application, it is very easy to use.
Reviewed by Andreea Matei, last updated on February 17th, 2014
Twitter Password Dump
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What's New in This Release:
- New feature to save the recovered password list to TEXT file
Application descriptionTwitter Password Dump is the command-line tool to instantly recover your lost Twitter password from all the popular we...
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- Offers to download or install software or components (such as browser toolbars) that the program does not require to fully function