PasswordFox – Firefox username/password viewer, retriever

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PasswordFox is a tiny password recovery tool, designed for viewing or recovering user name, password and other related info stored in Mozilla Firefox web browser.

By default, PasswordFox will display your password info stored in the current configuration file of Firefox, but you can also easily choose any other Firefox profile to view its password info.

// Main Usage //

  • View password info stored in other people’s computer
  • Retrieve your own forgotten password

// Edition Statement //

We suggest you use the older v1.37, as can be seen from the above images, AppNee got the results after actual test: using v1.37 can show you much more username/password items than the newest version (here, at AppNee, it’s 64 vs 6).

This confirms a word again: Newest is not always the best, isn’t it?

// Download URLs //

down blue Fast Link Page (v1.37 | 51.3 KB)

32-bit 64-bit (Only for Waterfox)
for Windows 32 bit Fast Link Page 64 bit Fast Link Page


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