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FirePassword (Free) This is the portable counterpart of FirePassword, an ultra-simplistic command-line application designed to retrieve lost or forgotten passwords saved in Mozilla Firefox. Although it has a console interface, the tool has intuitive options that make it approachable, whether users are experienced with command-line utilities or not. Portability perks Since there is no setup pack involved, you can put the executable file in any part of the hard disk and click it to run (or call its process from a Command Prompt window if this option doesn't work). Another possibility is to save FirePassword to a USB flash disk or other form of mass storage device, to be able to run it on any PC effortlessly and without installing third-party apps beforehand. An important factor to keep in mind is that the tool does not modify

 

Portable version of FirePassword, a tool to retrieve lost or forgotten passwords saved in Mozilla Firefox. The main differences between portable and desktop versions are listed below: 1. The user interface has been rewritten to be more user-friendly and intuitive. 2. Some processes (e.g. installing a setup pack) have been omitted. 3. Memory usage has been reduced. 4. Save file path has been moved to the second-to-last line of the screen. 5. Complete uninstallation option has been added. 6. All the windows are now movable with dragging. 7. The focus now moves to the password list if you are viewing it. How to use: Save FirePassword to a portable device. Run it from the command line. You can run the application by typing the executable name (without "FirePass..." part) and pressing Enter. For example: [firepassportable.exe] -gfhp You can also start a list with all the installed passwords by typing "FirePass..." and pressing Enter. For example: [firepassportable.exe] -fhp Or dump all the keys from the current profile with the master password by typing: [firepassportable.exe] -mhp You can dump all the keys from other profiles by typing: [firepassportable.exe] -fhp -np (specify all profiles) Or copy the list of all users to the clipboard by typing: [firepassportable.exe] -uhp (specify users list) Or dump all the users by typing: [firepassportable.exe] -uhp -np (specify users list) To show confirmation, type "Y" (you may add "N" for no-confirmation) Note that you may load more passwords with the -fhp -np command, however the application will abort if you try to add more than 1024 keys. A list of all available options and more information is displayed when using [firepassportable.exe] -h. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically. Note that the host list is sorted alphabetically

 

FirePassword Portable Crack+ Note that the hostlist is not empty, since the evaluation command displays all hosts listed by the tool, but not the ones configured in Firefox. Evaluation Test cases: 10 master passwords, last 30 days Cases 1 to 9 were generated with the following steps: Add the first 8 non-blank host names to Host Exclusions file in my.ini Set up a new Firefox profile Set the master password Add 8 non-blank user names to the list Test login from the 1st to the 8th host Clear the Host Exclusions list to evaluate the last 8 host names Repeat steps 4 to 7 to evaluate the last 8 host names Test login from the last 8 host names Import a saved FirePassword profile, if any Passwords and host names (all displayed on one line) Test2 Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (no user names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days ( FirePassword is a portable application designed to retrieve lost or forgotten passwords saved in Mozilla Firefox. It works by accessing the firefoxpw.db-cache file which stores user's passwords on Windows system. FirePassword works by accessing the firefoxpw.db-cache file which stores user's passwords on Windows system. Portability perks Since there is no setup pack involved, you can put the executable file in any part of the hard disk and click it to run (or call its process from a Command Prompt window if this option doesn't work). Another possibility is to save FirePassword to a USB flash disk or other form of mass storage device, to be able to run it on any PC effortlessly and without installing third-party apps beforehand. An important factor to keep in mind is that the tool does not modify Windows registry settings or create extra files on the HDD without your approval, leaving it clean after removal. Simple-to-use commands FirePassword immediately displays a list with all available commands at startup, enabling you to write all identified passwords to file from the current Firefox profile path (with or without the master passwords), as well as dump all keys from the current or other profile with the master password. A confirmation message is shown on task completion. The output file includes the full profile and output file paths, master password, excluded host list, along with the the list of saved user names and passwords (with each one's host). Evaluation and conclusion As expected, the app has minimal impact on system performance, since it uses low CPU and RAM. No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the app did not hang or crash. To sum it up, FirePassword quickly recovers all passwords stored in Mozilla Firefox, and it's a great acquisition to al users who prefer command-line utilities. Comments I just downloaded this program and I will give it a try. I remember it's name is firefoxtool. I'll be back to report how is going... Posted 3 years ago chris Rating I tested this software on XP, Vista and Win7. It works as described in the article. Posted 3 years ago peterf Rating Works as advertised. Posted 3 years ago Tyler Rating great idea and works as advertised. easy to use and useful to recover a password on forgotten account. Posted 3 years ago Darren Rating I've been using firefoxtool for a long time, and the command line has been updated to allow command line filtering of the results. I'm not sure exactly how it works, but if you're on Vista, it looks for password files FirePassword Portable Crack PC/Windows Portable version of the ultimate password retrieval tool designed to restore and save all Firefox passwords from a command-line interface Website: System requirements: OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 CPU: 1GHz or higher RAM: 128MB or higher Minimum storage: 2MB ★☆ Sizzle★☆ If you would like to support me to continue developing this application please use this link! ★☆ Resources★☆ Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: ★☆ Features★☆ ☆ Free!☆ - Simple but fully-functional GUI - Browse and recover saved passwords from any Firefox profile - Recover and save all the passwords from the current and all profiles - You can use the local or remote profiles - Convert the master password to an easily recoverable password - Reset the password using the entire host list or just one host - You can find the password using the host list of the current profile or search by host ☆ Keywords★☆ - Passwords - Password list - Password recovery - Password lists - List of passwords - Password manager - Password recovery tool - Password list app - Password recovery software - List of saved passwords - Firefox saved passwords - Master password - Master password list - Master password recovery - Password saving - Password retrieval - Password list editing - List of passwords editing - Password database editing ★☆ Related Apps★☆ - Password Backup - Password Lovers - Password Zipper - Password Keeper - Password Changer ★☆ Donation★☆ If you like my apps, you can give me a donation, no extra charges or anything, but just a small token of your appreciation: Donate via PayPal: If you have a PayPal account, you can send me a donation through PayPal too. There is no extra charge for this. Donation via Bitcoin: 1J8QBNoMEYZSpyGKgMnAYK8GwwrpyKDE To see the complete donation tracker, go to: 206601ed29 Note that the hostlist is not empty, since the evaluation command displays all hosts listed by the tool, but not the ones configured in Firefox. Evaluation Test cases: 10 master passwords, last 30 days Cases 1 to 9 were generated with the following steps: Add the first 8 non-blank host names to Host Exclusions file in my.ini Set up a new Firefox profile Set the master password Add 8 non-blank user names to the list Test login from the 1st to the 8th host Clear the Host Exclusions list to evaluate the last 8 host names Repeat steps 4 to 7 to evaluate the last 8 host names Test login from the last 8 host names Import a saved FirePassword profile, if any Passwords and host names (all displayed on one line) Test2 Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (no user names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (passwords imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days (host names imported) FTP-like host list (hostname, server, port, login, password) Support for FTP-like host list Test Cases 10 master passwords, last 30 days ( What's New In? 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