WebBrowserPassView Changelog

New in version 1.65

July 9th, 2015
  • Added 'Created Time' and 'Modified Time' columns (These columns are active only for Web browesers that provide this information).

New in version 1.60 (April 16th, 2015)

  • WebBrowserPassView now automatically detects the passwords of Portable Firefox if it's running in the background.

New in version 1.58 (February 18th, 2015)

  • Fixed WebBrowserPassView to display properly user name/password with non-English characters on Chrome Web browser.

New in version 1.57 (December 12th, 2014)

  • WebBrowserPassView now detects the profile folder of Chromium Web browser.

New in version 1.56 (September 19th, 2014)

  • Removed the command-line options that export the passwords to a file from the official version. A version of this tool with full command-line support will be posted on separated Web page.

New in version 1.55 (September 11th, 2014)

  • Added support for Firefox 32 (logins.json).

New in version 1.50 (July 7th, 2014)

  • Updated to work with the latest versions of Opera.

New in version 1.47 (July 7th, 2014)

  • Updated to work with the latest versions of Opera.

New in version 1.46 (June 27th, 2014)

  • Added secondary sorting support: You can now get a secondary sorting, by holding down the shift key while clicking the column header. Be aware that you only have to hold down the shift key when clicking the second/third/fourth column. To sort the first column you should not hold down the Shift key.

New in version 1.45 (November 13th, 2013)

  • Added support for SeaMonkey Web browser

New in version 1.43 (June 28th, 2013)

  • Fixed to work with Firefox 22

New in version 1.42 (June 6th, 2013)

  • Opera Web browser: Fixed to detect properly the passwords of login.live.com and probably other Web sites

New in version 1.41 (May 22nd, 2013)

  • Improved the password decryption on IE10 / Windows 7

New in version 1.40 (May 3rd, 2013)

  • Added support for the passwords of Internet Explorer 10

New in version 1.37 (February 27th, 2013)

  • WebBrowserPassView now reads the passwords from all profiles of Chrome Web browser

New in version 1.36 (January 28th, 2013)

  • Fixed bug: WebBrowserPassView failed to work with master password of Firefox containing non-English characters.

New in version 1.35 (January 3rd, 2013)

  • WebBrowserPassView now extracts the passwords from all profiles of Firefox Web browser and reads the profiles.ini file of Firefox to get the correct profile folders.
  • Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line.
  • Fixed issue: The properties dialog-box and other windows opened in the wrong monitor, on multi-monitors system.

New in version 1.30 (August 14th, 2012)

  • Add new command-line options:
  • /LoadPasswordsIE
  • /LoadPasswordsFirefox
  • /LoadPasswordsChrome, and more

New in version 1.26 (April 30th, 2012)

  • Fixed bug: WebBrowserPassView failed to get the passwords of Firefox and Chrome, if the path of their password file contained non-English characters

New in version 1.25 (March 9th, 2012)

  • Added 'User Name Field' and 'Password Field' columns for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera Web browsers.

New in version 1.20 (December 22nd, 2011)

  • Added 'Password Strength' column, which calculates the strength of the password and displays it as Very Weak, Weak, Medium, Strong, or Very Strong.

New in version 1.15 (October 17th, 2011)

  • Added support for Safari Web browser (passwords are decrypted from keychain.plist)

New in version 1.12 (July 21st, 2011)

  • WebBrowserPassView now automatically extracts the passwords of Chrome Canary

New in version 1.11 (May 14th, 2011)

  • The passwords of Chrome Web browser are now displayed properly even when the password file is locked by Chrome.

New in version 1.10 (April 19th, 2011)

  • Added option to choose the desired Opera password file (wand.dat).
  • Imporved the detection of Opera password file (wand.dat).

New in version 1.05 (April 5th, 2011)

  • Added new options for Firefox passwords: Use a master password to decrypt the passwords, Load the passwords from the specified profile folder, and the option to use the specified Firefox installation.
  • Added option specify the profile folder (User Data) of Google Chrome (For example: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default)
  • Be aware that this feature only works if the profile was created by the current logged on user. Loading from external drive is not supported yet.