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Email Password Dump is lightweight and user-friendly command-line based (working in a DOS window) free application developed by SecurityXploded from India. It’s used to quickly discover/recover and then display the email passwords stored in many popular email clients, such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Pidgin, Windows Live Mail, GTalk, Thunderbird, IncrediMail, Foxmail, and more.
After running Email Password Dump, it automatically finds any installed email clients along with the accounts info stored in them. Almost immediately, you will be able to see the result displayed. By default, it dumps all the recovered passwords to the DOS console window. And, if you need, you are also allowed to save the email accounts information as a text file.
As for the application of Email Password Dump, that divides into black and white two choices to your liking. On the one hand, it can be used to restore your own individual email accounts password; On the other hand, it can be maliciously utilized to steal the email accounts information on other people’s computers (although that’s bad).
// Supported Applications //
- Microsoft Outlook Express
- Microsoft Outlook 2002/XP/2003/2007/2010/2013
- Mozilla Thunderbird
- Windows Live Mail 2012
- Opera Mail
- The Bat!
- Foxmail v6.x – v7.x
- Windows Live Messenger
- MSN Messenger
- Google Talk
- GMail Notifier
- PaltalkScene IM
- Pidgin (Formerly Gaim) Messenger
- Miranda Messenger
- Windows Credential Manager
// Simple Tutorial //
Email Password Dump is very easy to use tool. It is command-line/console based tool, hence you have to launch it from the command prompt (cmd.exe).
- EmailPasswordDump.exe [-h | -f <output_file_name>]
Examples of Email Password Dump:
- //Dump all the email passwords to console
- //Dump all the email passwords to a file “c:\passlist.txt”
- EmailPasswordDump.exe -f “c:\passlist.txt”
- //Show this help screen
- EmailPasswordDump.exe -h
*** Make sure to increase the screen width of your command prompt to see the output properly.
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