People using notebook generally access a wireless network with password, then the operating system will automatically save them after we enter the WiFi password and have the wireless network successfully connected for the first time. The problem is that, over time, most of us are likely to forget or lose the password. In this case, once other devices need to access the same wireless network, finding the password back can be a troublesome thing.
WebBrowserPassView is a tiny freeware made by Nir Sofer, used to view almost any account information (URL, account and password) of any websites stored in all major browsers. Certainly, passwords for e-currency payment such as these with complex encryption can not be viewed here, they are unreadable code at most.
Most modern routers allow you to backup/export its full configuration, and restore them from this file when you need. The router configuration file (like TP-LINK's config.bin, it varies according to the brand and model of router) usually contains info including your ISP username/password, router's login password, wireless network password, etc. RouterPassView enables us to get a sweeping view of all this.
Advanced RAR Password Recovery (ARPR for short) is my first and favorite RAR archive file password recovery tool. In the era of RAR, its popularity and fame outdistanced any other similar software, when there ware not the all-in-one successor Advanced Archive Password Recovery - both of them are Elcomsoft's series of products.