1Password (alias: OnePassword ) is a prestigious cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone, iPad) personal passwords managing application developed by AgileBits from Canada. It has been evaluated as one of the Top 10 best apps by Apple's App Store.
The god knows who is using L0phtCrack as a security auditing tool to do the so-called password strength testing or recovery. I conclude that 90% of individuals are using it to violently obtain the passwords itself (through methods of dictionary, brute-force, hybrid attacks, rainbow tables, etc.). Whatever you's like to use it for, what we just can't deny is that it's the most outstanding one in similar software.
In this post, AppNee will continue to release all kinds of popular, long-tested password dictionaries with very high quality. All of them are proven by users from all over the world, so that any dictionary generated by tools can not be comparable to them. Moreover, they cover all application scopes, fields and uses (we will make the corresponding identification).
With the development of mobile devices and network, intelligent mobile phone has become a new paradise for hackers. Imagine, under this environment of everybody holds a smart phone nowadays, nothing is more active than the mobile phone viruses and the vulnerabilities' exploits of software and mobile network. Therefore, to understand and master some practical security tools seems necessary and meaningful.
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.
In AppNee's opinion, the real king in the password managing field is KeePass (just a bit rough). But taken together, no similar application can replace RoboForm (AKA: AI RoboForm). This includes the most popular and beautiful 1Password, as well as the LastPass with best cross-platform support and fast growing users.
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.