SX Password Remover Suite 1.0
An efficient collection of applications that can remove passwords stored inside various browsers, as well as to decrypt PDF documents
This suite from SecurityXploded Inc contains multiple software applications that are also available as separate downloads, but the package is surely a better deal for users who want to have all of them installed at once.
Special attention is required during the deployment process, as the suite might contain third-party applications that are not needed for the program’s runtime. Declining the offer is the best course of action, in this case.
On the upside, the application will generate a folder on your desktop, containing all of the included utilities, therefore you won’t have to navigate manually to the installation folder in order to access them.
Inside this directory, you will find programs that can help you remove passwords stored inside browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. The inner detection engine automatically detects credentials that you have voluntarily chosen to save, allowing you to remove them for an enhanced level of privacy.
The same goes for WiFi Password Removerr, which sniffs login information from Wi-Fi connections and provides options to erase them. The last of the utilities, Instant PDF Password Remover, makes it possible to remove passwords from encrypted PDF files in a few simple clicks.
In conclusion, having SX Password Remover Suite by your side can benefit you in a wide ray of situations. Whether you want to keep passwords from your online accounts away from prying eyes or you want to decrypt a PDF document, it’s all possible with this package.
Reviewed by Andreea Matei, last updated on February 13th, 2014
Application descriptionSX Password Remover Suite includes a set of password removal tools for browsers and PDF documents.It contains the late...
Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:
- Offers to download or install software or components (such as browser toolbars) that the program does not require to fully function