You probably don’t keep track of every password you have used. You may just let Internet Explorer save your password for you. Sound familiar? What happens if you need that password and you can’t remember it?
All you can see are asterisks (*****). Wouldn’t you like to turn those asterisks into actual text? IE Password Revealer will help you do just that.
Get rid of your password (caches).
Get that password again (if you still have it).
Copy it into a safe place.
Yes, it’s that simple.
You can set a new password for all your active Internet Explorer settings.
IE Password Revealer Features:
It lets you change the password of your IE settings (if you haven’t changed your settings already).
It lets you copy the current IE password.
It lets you set a new, secure password for your IE settings.
You can set a keyboard shortcut to run IE Password Revealer.
You can set a password of your own.
It works in “Run” mode (A Start-menu entry).
You can download it from
Download the ReadMe first. The download is around 11MB.
The instructions on how to use IE Password Revealer are in the ReadMe. You can use the instructions to run the program in the “Run” mode.
Download and unzip the file.
Run IE Pass Revealer Crack For Windows.
Click “Yes” on the “Copy the current password” dialog.
You are done.
– If you change your password, IE Pass Revealer won’t show the password anymore. You’ll have to run it again and enter your password.
– If you don’t change the password, IE Pass Revealer will NOT work. If you want to keep your new IE password, you’d have to copy your password to a safe place (where nobody can access it).
Running IE Password Revealer in the “Run” mode:
The “Run” menu entry will run IE Pass Revealer.
The shortcut doesn’t have to be “Run”. You can use any shortcut you like. You can also put it into the Start menu.
You can set your keyboard shortcut by right-clicking “IE Pass Revealer”.
You can drag this shortcut to the taskbar.
You can set your password in “IE Pass Revealer”.
You can set your keyboard shortcut to “IE Pass Revealer”.
You can run “IE Pass Revealer” in “Run” mode just by right-clicking on “IE Pass Revealer”.
Adding shortcuts to the Start menu:
If you want to add a shortcut to the Start menu, you will have to use the Windows registry. The correct key in the registry is “H
IE Password Revealer provides free access to any password in Internet Explorer. This tool can recover lost passwords for your favorites as well as “burn” (i.e. permanently hide) your password in web sites you no longer want to use.
This tool is capable to extract the following passwords:
Default IE Password
Internet Explorer (temporary) password
Internet Explorer (persistent) password
Windows XP Network Security
This tool was tested with Internet Explorer 7 and 8, Microsoft Edge 12.1 and Mozilla Firefox 25.
How to Use IE Password Revealer
To help you get the most out of the tool, I have given instructions on how to use the tool as well as a link to a web site. It doesn’t work for every site but I’ve tested it with some of the most popular sites. I will be adding more instructions as time goes on.
First, you must download the tool. It is a plug-in for Internet Explorer. You will find the link under the Tools section. Right-click and hit “Run as Administrator” then follow the installation instructions.
At the bottom, there is a link to the web site. I suggest that you type in the URL yourself (i.e. and press Enter. This will open the site in your browser but not log you in if you don’t have an account with that particular site. There is one exception to this rule. Some major sites like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and Yahoo! Mail don’t even require a login, they just ask for the password. I think this is a nice feature but it is not useful for us. I still recommend that you go through the steps to enter your address, then your email address, then your password. This way, the addresses are “burned” and your password is not used.
If your site doesn’t work for you, you can try to use a different software. There are many programs out there that can extract the password or you can try some more obscure methods. However, since I have already spent the time to create this tool, I am more than happy to help.
If you are having problems getting the tool to work, you are free to contact me. If you have any problems getting the tool to work, but are still willing
Help friends, coworkers, and relatives track the passwords on their computers. It’s easy to use. Just go to the Internet Explorer’s settings area (tools – Internet Options – General). Then select the security tab and click on the button which says “save password in this browser”. Follow these steps: Save the web site’s password in this browser. If you are using any kind of screen reader, you can make this easy for your users by highlighting the text on the screen and selecting “Get Password” from the menu.
If this sound like your computer, you will love IE Pass Revealer.
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If you have forgotten a password on the Internet, you know how painful that can be.
You might have the right password, but you may have forgotten it. You can often recover your forgotten password by copying it from the browser history, but you might not remember exactly where you copied it from.
IE Pass Revealer will help you recover your forgotten password, even if it is only partially remembered.
With IE Pass Revealer, you will see in plain text the characters from the password you have entered. You can then copy it back into your browser, paste it into a new browser, or copy it into a text editor.
By using IE Pass Revealer, you will always be certain that you know your password, as you will never have to guess its characters.
*Clues from the URL or from the browser history are now shown as plain text so you know what you typed.
*Browsing history is stored in the file, so the next time you start IE Pass Revealer, you will start with a blank password. You can erase the contents of the file at any time.
*Open the browser page in a new tab. You can use it for your next login.
*Open any text file. You can use it for recovery purposes or to make notes about your password.
You may download it and try it now.
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Note: IE Pass Revealer is for Microsoft Internet Explorer and requires at least 5.5 to run properly.
We advise you to uninstall existing applications of the same name before installing this one.
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OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD 64 bit processor
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 4, ATI Radeon HD 2600 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
DirectX Compatible Video Card: Nvidia 9800GTX or ATI Radeon HD 2600 or equivalent
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible sound card