Password revealer


D

Dumb Bunny

In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for
me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter and,
despite doing a lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA
 
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dszady

In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for
me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter and,
despite doing aRevelation
(Donationware)
OS:
Languages: English
Description: Reveals passwords hidden beneath the asterisks
Author: -- Company: SnadBoy Software
Home Page:
http://www.snadboy.com/
download v 2.0 (RevelationV2.zip) (219 KB)
http://www.snadboy.com/RevelationV2.zip
(desc. rev.: 2004-01-03) lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA
It's Pricelessware!
http://www.pricelessware.org/2004/PL2004SECURITY.htm#A558
Revelation
(Donationware)
OS:
Languages: English
Description: Reveals passwords hidden beneath the asterisks Author: --
Company: SnadBoy Software
Home Page:
http://www.snadboy.com/
download v 2.0 (RevelationV2.zip) (219 KB)
http://www.snadboy.com/RevelationV2.zip (desc. rev.: 2004-01-03)
 
H

Herbert Nagler

Dumb said:
In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords
for me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter
and, despite doing a lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA
 
D

Dumb Bunny

Dumb Bunny said:
In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for
me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter and,
despite doing a lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA
Thanks for the DSnadboy URL guys but it won't show me what I want. i.e the
password in the Outlook Express connection box.
 
N

nocando

In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for
me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter and,
despite doing a lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA

Don't have the url for you right now but Google for Ariskey and you'll
find what you are looking for.

nocando
 
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K

Kerry Liles

Xpass is a keeper... very easy to use and works like a charm.
 
B

Bob Adkins

In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for


Don't have the url for you right now but Google for Ariskey and you'll
find what you are looking for.
Baaaaah! You got me!

Bob

Remove "kins" from address to reply.
 
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D

Dekaritae

Dumb said:
In the good old days I had a prog. that would reveal ****** passwords for
me.
Now I need one to show up the O.E. log-on password on a friends puter and,
despite doing a lot of Googling,
nothing free can be found.
Is anyone able to direct me to a suitable download for this job?
TIA
I've used one of these before, but I can't think of the name of it, sorry.

I do have something else useful though; it's a password revealer
bookmarklet for web pages. Add this code as the address in a bookmark
link, and when you open it, it will reveal any concealed passwords in
fields on the current page.

Found on this page:
http://www.squarefree.com/bookmarklets/forms.html


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.type.toLowerCase() == "password") s += f.value + "\n"; } } if
(s) alert("Passwords in forms on this page:\n\n" + s); else alert("No
passwords found.");})();
 
B

burnr

Is there anything that will reveal the passwords of DUN connectoids?
I am changing to a new laptop, and I discover that I misplaced several
of my older passwords.

The old machine is a win2k SP3 laptop

DAN
Have you tried Revelation?
http://www.snadboy.com/
It displays the password behind the asterisks.
 
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burnr

Chris said:
Can it be run from a floppy, or CD, without being installed on the hard
drive of the computer being looked at?
Pretty sure it has to be installed. It does write to the reg. Although I
haven't tried running it from a floppy or CD. The setup file extracts and
copies these to a folder;
Revelation.exe
Install.log
RevelationHelper.dll
unwise.exe
 
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