StarPW Revealer 1.80
The benefits of using standalone tools
Following the download process, you can just unzip the archive and launch the program, being able to run the executable straight away, due to the fact that it does not require installation.
As a result, you can place StarPW Revealer on a removable storage device, such as a USB stick, and take it with you wherever you go, regaining access to your most commonly used software both at home and at the office.
Drag and drop to recover your password from behind the asterisks
The utility is mainly aimed at NT systems, as they are in the habit of memorizing frequently used passwords for various FTP accounts or ISP dial-up connections. For this reason, StarPW Revealer may not be able to function in all environments.
The tool’s usage is fairly straightforward, requiring that you click on the crosshair icon and drag it over the targeted password field, its contents being unveiled in the corresponding field in StarPW Revealer’s window.
Subsequently, the access key will automatically be copied to clipboard, allowing you to paste it in the proper field, in order to authenticate. Thanks to this application, remembering your password is no longer a necessity, as you can discover it through a few simple mouse moves.
A straightforward password viewer
To sum it up, StarPW Revealer is an interesting program whose main purpose is to help you retrieve certain passwords stored by NT systems in your computer’s memory, enabling you to regain access to your accounts by discovering the characters behind the row of asterisks.
Reviewed by Marina Dan, last updated on June 18th, 2014
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- StarPW Revealer can hide its icon from the TaskBar.
- Spwr.exe compressed by both "UPX" and "StripLeloc" utilities:
- 137 Kbytes --> 132 Kbytes (5 kbytes sammler than Version 1.50)
- The Source Code upgraded to the Standard Object Pascal Style.
Application descriptionWindows 9x and NT systems allow a convenient storage of frequently used passwords, such as the password of your dial-i...