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  1. #1


    Marek Kalisz Guest

    Passwords finding

    I'm preparing fir new install and, also, moving programs (this
    weekend, hopefully). I'm looking for some useful tool to dig/uncover
    as many as possible passwords attached to using by me web sites and,
    also, programs (some for them require special codes/passwords).
    I'M NOT A HACKER!
    Just an older guy with - hard to realize - shortening with time
    memory...
    So - if someone have some useful ideas - please share with me...
    Peace.
    Marek Kalisz

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  2. #2


    Malke Guest

    Re: Passwords finding

    Marek Kalisz wrote:

    > I'm preparing fir new install and, also, moving programs (this
    > weekend, hopefully). I'm looking for some useful tool to dig/uncover
    > as many as possible passwords attached to using by me web sites and,
    > also, programs (some for them require special codes/passwords).
    > I'M NOT A HACKER!
    > Just an older guy with - hard to realize - shortening with time
    > memory...
    > So - if someone have some useful ideas - please share with me...
    Look here for some ideas:

    http://www.nirsoft.net

    Other than that, it depends on the applications. You can find saved passwords
    in Firefox from the Tools>Options menu. Next time, write passwords down! I
    have a spreadsheet with all of mine.

    Malke
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    MS-MVP
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  3. #3


    MLD Guest

    Re: Passwords finding


    "Marek Kalisz" <kalisz_m@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:uf0s851tf08d80vffkj7ssukv443smpk7o@xxxxxx

    >
    > I'm preparing fir new install and, also, moving programs (this
    > weekend, hopefully). I'm looking for some useful tool to dig/uncover
    > as many as possible passwords attached to using by me web sites and,
    > also, programs (some for them require special codes/passwords).
    > I'M NOT A HACKER!
    > Just an older guy with - hard to realize - shortening with time
    > memory...
    > So - if someone have some useful ideas - please share with me...
    > Peace.
    > Marek Kalisz
    Once you get over this hump why not use a (Free) program such as "RoboForm"?
    The free program limits you to 10 passwords but it really is convenient and
    does a neat job. Like others, I also keep a record of all the various User
    ID's, passwords and the like--too many to remember.
    MLD


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  4. #4


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    why not try pwcorral Cygnus Productions [Home] its free and works great! and It requires u to remember one pw so nobody can steal your pw list, and has md5 hash encrypt so your golden.

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  5. #5


    Marek Kalisz Guest

    Re: Passwords finding

    Thanks for tips, but... I was searching Internet for RoboCop (I heard
    about this) and was getting only refrences to "RoboCop", "RoboCop 2",
    etc. - movies. Where to find this program?
    Marek

    On Sun, 23 Aug 2009 09:17:25 -0400, "MLD" <MLD@xxxxxx> wrote:

    >
    >"Marek Kalisz" <kalisz_m@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >news:uf0s851tf08d80vffkj7ssukv443smpk7o@xxxxxx

    >>
    >> I'm preparing fir new install and, also, moving programs (this
    >> weekend, hopefully). I'm looking for some useful tool to dig/uncover
    >> as many as possible passwords attached to using by me web sites and,
    >> also, programs (some for them require special codes/passwords).
    >> I'M NOT A HACKER!
    >> Just an older guy with - hard to realize - shortening with time
    >> memory...
    >> So - if someone have some useful ideas - please share with me...
    >> Peace.
    >> Marek Kalisz
    >
    >Once you get over this hump why not use a (Free) program such as "RoboForm"?
    >The free program limits you to 10 passwords but it really is convenient and
    >does a neat job. Like others, I also keep a record of all the various User
    >ID's, passwords and the like--too many to remember.
    >MLD

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  6. #6


    Marek Kalisz Guest

    Re: Passwords finding

    On Sun, 23 Aug 2009 09:17:25 -0400, "MLD" <MLD@xxxxxx> wrote:

    >Once you get over this hump why not use a (Free) program such as "RoboForm"?
    >The free program limits you to 10 passwords but it really is convenient and
    >does a neat job. Like others, I also keep a record of all the various User
    >ID's, passwords and the like--too many to remember.
    >MLD
    I checked. RoboForm has to be paid to cover more then 10 passwords.
    Completely free (and no limits) is LastPass (https://lastpass.com/),
    in reviews slightly better than RoboForm.
    I started to use it (LastPass - not: LostPass).
    I'm glad.
    Peace.
    Marek Kalisz

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