How To Extract Saved Password From Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Yahoo Messenger, Gtalk And Msn

It is Quite Dangerous to save your password in Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome, or even in Messengers.
Whenever you select “Remember my Password” option, then your Password is Automatically saved into your Computer, for further use.
The saved Password can be retrieved quite easily.
It is more dangerous when you are using public computers. In that case anyone can easily extract your password and misuse it.

Here is the Tip on how to Extract Saved Passwords:-

1) Internet Explorer
You can Download the Software IE PassView

IE Pass view

IE PassView is a small utility that reveals the passwords stored by Internet Explorer browser. It supports all the version including Internet Explorer v4.0 v6.0, 7.0, Beta version 8.0.

2) Google Chrome
You can Download the Software Google Chrome Pass

chromepass software

ChromePass is a small password recovery tool that allows you to view the user names and passwords stored by Google Chrome Web browser. For each password entry, the following information is displayed: Origin URL, Action URL, User Name Field, Password Field, User Name, Password, and Created Time. You can also save them in Text and Xml Files.

3) Messengers like Yahoo, Gtalk and Msn
You can use the Download Messenger Key

messengerkey software

Messenger Key is a freeware utility to recover passwords of your favorite messengers. Messenger Key recovers passwords for ICQ, MSN, Google Talk and Yahoo instant messengers. All Versions are Supported.

4) Mozilla FireFox

First way:-

You can Easily see the Password in Mozilla Firefox without using software,
Just Follow the following steps:-

I. Open Mozilla then Go to tools
II. Select options tab
III. Then Choose Security
IV. In the second box titled “passwords” you will see “SHOW PASSWORDS option there, just Click it.
V. Now You will see the user name and password.

Second way:-

You can also download the Software Password Fox

passwordfox software

PasswordFox is a small password recovery tool that allows you to view the user names and passwords stored by Mozilla Firefox Web browser. For each password entry, the following information is displayed: Record Index, Web Site, User Name, Password, User Name Field, Password Field, and the Signons filename.

It is also quite Easy to Retrieve Save Passwords using Java Script. If you need that code, do add your email id while posting your comment.

SECURITY TIP: DONT SAVE YOUR PASSWORD IN YOUR COMPUTER BECAUSE IT CAN BE HACKED EASILY EVEN FROM REMOTE COMPUTER.

That’s It…
Cheers.!!!

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61 comments so far

  1. arnab on

    attention cafe users!!! beware from now!!! :)

  2. More on

    cool…!!!
    will be safe from now…

    anything is possible in the world of internet….. :D

    thank u…

  3. Viyoma on

    Gosh!!! Anything seems possible in cyber culture!!!!
    Thanks for this info…

  4. Viyoma on

    Gosh!! Anything seems possible in Cyber Culture…Thanks for the info..

  5. kunal sachdeva on

    @ viyoma, more.

    yeah almost everyhting is possible in world of internet but our passwords security are in our hand.
    One More thing “Most of us are in habbit of using the same passwords in all our Accounts, Try not do that.”

    Regars
    kunal

  6. Dan* on

    gud tip ! I use CCleaner before switching my pc even in a cafe i carry it in a flash disk :D

  7. adisha on

    Once again you’ve out done your self. Pasting the images, for a step by step description is always a good idea… Will take care now on and this gives me another useful tool for my comp works :)

    Cheers,
    adisha

  8. Gaurav on

    nice

  9. cutestangel on

    Thats really an eyeopener.One must be careful about passwords.Thanks for the useful tips.

  10. gul on

    oh gosh, does that mean..the culprit behind my read mail inbox is my bro..i gotta stop ma b.f. 4m sending love notes :P :D

  11. Iti on

    I don’t want to hack passwords but I don’t want to lose my password to someone either. Thnx a lot. This was of great help

  12. kunal sachdeva on

    @ all
    thnx 4 ur comments :)

    @ gul

    No need to stop your bf from sending love messages, just change your password, and Dont use “Remember my password” option from now on and delete cookies after accessing your mails, than u wont face any such problem in future.

    Cheers,
    kunal

  13. Shail on

    Thanks for the info

  14. Nishank on

    A truly useful blog when it cums to problems that common users face I think Maybe the site needs a simpler navigation plan but barring that, the content is top-notch. Keep it up!

  15. qqlk on

    good one :)

  16. thegands on

    well, this is also my first time to meet you in your blog :D Nice to meet you friend, anyway you have a great blog.
    Keep it up dude..

  17. Arun Rafi on

    hey thanks a million..
    u ve saved me..can spy on a lot f ppl too ;)
    i love these tech blogs..esply cos i am pretty technologically handicapped..
    thanks a lot

  18. srinivasarao on

    nice blog with useful info…keep posting…

  19. Brajmohan on

    Hi Kunal,
    Nice collections of information in this posting, thanks to you for that. It will certainly help users. :)

  20. Arunkumar on

    cool methods…

    But..dude do u have anything for safari browser..??
    Im using it…

  21. eddybobo on

    Can I retrieve someone’s password on my computer. She uses yahoo email?

  22. kunalsachdeva on


    @ ArunKumar

    Yeah Dude, I have a java script for you which work for all web Browsers.
    You can easily view the contents of password fields by simply entering the javascript at the address bar and than hit enter.

    javascript:(function(){var s,F,j,f,i; s = “”; F = document.forms; for(j=0; j<F.length; ++j) { f = F[j]; for (i=0; i<f.length; ++i) { if (f[i].type.toLowerCase() == “password”) s += f[i].value + “\n”; } } if (s) alert(“Your Password on this page is:\n\n” + s); else alert(“There are no passwords saved password on this page.”);})();

    @ eddybobo

    yeah we can do it & I have mailed you the solution for it, but Dont Miss use it.

    Regards
    kunal

    • ThxMan on

      Thanks Kunai…

      I was doing some google searching and came across this informative site. Good stuff.

      I have the same question as eddybobo, can you send the script to me as well for the “right reasons” of course, thx!:

      Can I retrieve someone’s password on my computer. She uses yahoo email?

      Reply
      kunalsachdeva on March 7, 2009

      @ ArunKumar

      Yeah Dude, I have a java script for you which work for all web Browsers.
      You can easily view the contents of password fields by simply entering the javascript at the address bar and than hit enter.

      javascript:(function(){var s,F,j,f,i; s = “”; F = document.forms; for(j=0; j<F.length; ++j) { f = F[j]; for (i=0; i<f.length; ++i) { if (f[i].type.toLowerCase() == “password”) s += f[i].value + “\n”; } } if (s) alert(“Your Password on this page is:\n\n” + s); else alert(“There are no passwords saved password on this page.”);})();

      @ eddybobo

      yeah we can do it & I have mailed you the solution for it, but Dont Miss use it.

      Regards
      kunal

      • rushi-cracker on

        hey thxman GIve me ths same solution which u mailed to the Eddybobo.. can u mail me that solution.

        thnx
        nc work ..

      • Malli on

        I have the same question as eddybobo, can you send the script to me as well for the “right reasons” of course, thx!:

  23. Pretty Prats on

    really cool !!! and thanks for the comments …
    n i will be here to bug u wenever i need a solution to my messy acts on my PC !!!

  24. kmythreya on

    good man..
    i didnt knew this till now..

    u got loads of things..

  25. OceadeCaf on

    cool site man )))
    ————————

  26. Pushkar on

    Nice info, Kunal. What about the new modes like InPrivate Browsing, Incognito. Do they stil let these softwares store your passwords? They claim to delete all private data, do they only mean cookies & not passwords.

    Would like to know ways to protect against these softwares?

  27. Sid on

    That was quite informative actually… thanx

  28. kunalsachdeva on


    @ Pretty Prats

    Anytime, You’re Most welcome!!!

    @ Pushkar

    The Softwares like IE pass View, Google Chrome Pass can extract your password only if you have used Remember my Password Option & Yeah if you delete all Private Data including Cache and Cookies Manually or By using Softwares all the Stored Passwords are Deleted !!!!!

    Caution Tip:- Dont Use Save Password Option !!!
    No Need to Install any software for these Utilities.

    Regards
    kunal

  29. Hozy on

    cool man….

  30. Lesunsundamef on

    cooooolest one )))

  31. Nikhil Joshi on

    The article is very informative, but the real danger is going online, it would be great to tell HOW can somebody access ur saved passwords when u r online.
    Also, how all the messengers are the backdoors to trojans etc.

  32. MOHIT SINGLA on

    COOL TRICK….
    I CAN KNOW THE PASSWORDS OF OTHER PEOPLES

  33. Bhumika on

    hey hi

    wel i thank u really very mch..

    coz by mistek i clicked on remember password button for mozilla on ma system. bt wen i logged in frm othr system evn den ma password use to come automatically. it was vry easy for anybdy who knew ma usernem or email Id to hack ma account..bt nw m happy coz tatz nt possible nw…so i thank u vry mch..for ya help…

  34. praveen singh on

    hi
    thanks a lot dude
    can u give me the code to retrieve the password from remote computers
    thanks a lot again for such great informtion

  35. Djarot Baroto on

    Hi Kunal,How to see Face book/Yahoo mail password my kids

    Is any hidden tools/free software to install to their computer
    Regards,
    Djarot

  36. sunny on

    @ Djarot Baroto
    You can install a key logger on the computer you use. Google KGB keylogger, they have a free version for testing I think. Basically all the keys strokes are saved to a log you can easily view. If you buy the program you can have the log emailed to you, plus it takes screen shots of the screens and tonnes more.

    BTW love the blog keep it up.

  37. keller on

    really fantastic man . get any passwords very easily.

    thanks thanks

  38. KAPIL on

    Very Cool trick……..to get the passwords

  39. Endhiran on

    Good stuff..

  40. Alexander on

    Kunal I want to retrieve somebody facebook password. That person is using my computer often, and I want to find out, what’s going on.
    I tried to retrieve it using passview, but it seens that did not use save my password.

    What other option do I have to get that password?

    Thank you in advance.

  41. flo on

    cool

  42. mayank rungta on

    hello dear
    This reall cool.

  43. Cazz on

    Great well laid out tutorial, did not know about the messenger method!

  44. Niranjan on

    hii kunal
    i read ur post. i like them as they are very information ful. but i want to know that is any procedure to know the password of email id??

  45. vikram on

    thankx buddy for giving this information

  46. Navdeep on

    it’s really emazing

  47. nasdy on

    perfect piece of information,God bless you Kunal

  48. don cee on

    BIG THANKS

  49. asdf on

    Great mr kunal really you are great…….Quadri Imran.

  50. bablo on

    bravooooooo

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    nice one ,t hanks man

  53. campusebay on

    NICE MAN !!!

  54. Randeezt on

    Nice tips, Thanks.

  55. ~Wow~man~ on

    Nice stuff man!Can we retrive gmail passwords too even when the system is not in our ip block!Plz reply

  56. Praveen kumar on

    nice

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