iTunesPasswordDecryptor is a handy utility designed to recover Apple iTunes account passwords from popular web browsers. Almost all the browsers have password manager functionality that stores the login passwords (including Apple iTunes) for all the visited websites so that user don't have to enter the password every time.
Each of them use their own storage format and proprietary encryption mechanism to securely store these login passwords. iTunesPasswordDecryptor automatically crawls through each of these browsers and instantly recovers all the stored Apple iTunes passwords.
iTunesPasswordDecryptor presents both GUI interface as well as command line version, the later is more helpful for Penetration testers in their work. Apart from normal users who can use it to recover their lost password, it can come in handy for Forensic officials who can get hold of any stored Apple iTunes passwords.
Here are some key features of "iTunes Password Decryptor":
iTunesPasswordDecryptor supports recovery of Apple iTunes password from these browsers:
· Internet Explorer
· Google Chrome
· Apple Safari
· Flock Browser
· Instantly decrypt and recover stored encrypted Apple iTunes account passwords from popular web browsers.
· Comes with both GUI interface as well as Command-line version.
· Recover password of any length and complexity.
· Sort feature to arrange the recovered passwords in various order to make it easier to search through 100's of entries.
· Save the recovered password list to HTML file for transferring to other system or for future use.
· Easier and faster to use with its enhanced user friendly GUI interface.
· iTunes account
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed OS version bug in Windows 8 and issue in IE version detection during command-line mode
Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:
· Offers to change the homepage for web browsers installed in the system
· Offers to change the default search engine for web browsers installed in the system
· Offers to download or install software or components (such as browser toolbars) that the program does not require to fully function