Firefox Password Recovery Master presents itself as a handy tool enabling you to restore any cached passwords for such popular web browsers as Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox. The program will provide you with the list of website passwords straight after you start it.
Firefox Password Recovery Master is very convenient as it provides all the passwords instantly, regardless to their length and complexity. You will certainly appreciate that the utility can both recover passwords typed in any language and easily restore multilingual passwords. Using this helpful utility you can immediately restore passwords for websites, requiring access passwords and even decrypt passwords protected with the User Master Password.
The program interface is pretty simple and comes with such useful features as copying of the retrieved data to clipboard and saving it in a formatted text file, so you won't lose it again. If you want to be sure that no one else uses Firefox Password Recovery Master while you are away you can set an access password and prevent any unauthorized program start.
I started the program and it searched for passwords in my computer but didn't find any thing. I then went to the help file to see if there was something I had to set up first and it says that it is supposed to find the user name and passwords automatically. Then I looked at the sample screen in the help and realized that it only shows you the password for the first website on the list because it is only the trial version. So even if it worked it wouldn't have helped me at all.
After uninstalling the program I decided I would just look around in the options in Firefox to see if there was anyway to get the passwords from there since my passwords are all there I just cant remember them and they only come up as asterisks on the screen. And apparently Mozilla already thought of this because they included a thing in Firefox that dose the same thing this program is supposed to do.
Dont download this program just click Tools on the menu bar in Firefox then click options. When the options screen comes up click on the security tab and then click in the button that says "Show Passwords" A new screen will come up with all the websites that have a user name and password but it will only show the user name. Click the button on the bottom that says "show passwords" and it will ask you if you are sure you want to see the passwords. Click yes and then it will show you all the passwords too.
There is no reason to download this program even if it dose what it is supposed to because it only shows the user name and password for one website. If you want to see any more you have to pay $20 for the full version. Which is a complete rip off because Firefox already comes with something that dose the same thing. The people who made this program are just hoping you never find that out and pay for their program instead.