Super Asterisk Password Viewer 6.4.0
Support for various applications
It supports webpage, dialog and dial-up boxes, FTP, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Outlook, Google Chrome, MySpaceIM, AIM Pro, Google Talk, Paltalk, Digsby, FileZilla, FlashFXP, IncrediMail and VNC, among others.
Smooth and fast installation process
The setup procedure is quick and simple, and does not require special attention from the user. Once it finishes, you should run Super Asterisk Password Viewer with administrative rights if you're using newer operating systems.
Make use of drag-and-drop support for recovering passwords
The interface is based on a single window with a very plain layout, where you can use the left mouse button to drag a magnifier and drop it onto a password hidden under asterisks. The primary panel shows its value, along with the class name and window handle.
Retrieve ADSL passwords
Furthermore, you can ask Super Asterisk Password Viewer to reveal the ADSL password, including dial-up and account names. There are no other notable options available through this tool. Although you cannot save the passwords to file, you can copy them via the global copy function in the context menu.
Performance and final thought
The application uses low CPU and memory, so it doesn't slow down performance. However, its interface needs some major improvements in the visual department. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, novices can easily figure out how to use Super Asterisk Password Viewer.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on August 13th, 2014
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Application descriptionSuper Asterisk Password Viewer is an most handy program which shows hidden password on dialog or web page or dial-up b...
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