These days with so many websites and programs requiring login IDs and passwords, it has become very difficult to remember every credential that we have created. My laptop also has a finger print recognition, using which I can login to any website without entering any password and just by swiping my finger on to it. This feature is so easy that most of use this for our daily login activities.
However there is an adverse effect of this feature, if you login daily using the remembered passwords you are most likely to forget the passwords yourself. Say if you are required to login to some website from another location then you won’t be remembering the password because it was already saved in your computer.
If this is something that can happen to you then here is a tool that can help. This tool is called PasswdFinder developed by the developers of KeyFinder from Magical Jellybean. PasswdFinder is a neat freeware utility that helps you find your lost passwords. Once installed, it will show you passwords saved by web-browsers, email clients, instant messengers, FTP clients and other programs.
All you have to do is just run this app on your machine, and select the programs which you wish to recover the password from. There are lots of programs already set in the tool by default, you can choose from the list by yourself. So now when you will run this, you will get the passwords saved by the programs.
It can be browsers like Chrome, Firefox or Messengers like AIM, Gtalk or can be email clients like Outlook, Windows Mail or any other tool, PasswdFinder will show you the list of the passwords saved by these programs.
Note: Since this program can display your saved passwords, use it in secrecy.