GooglePasswordDecryptor v2.0

webfork on 3 Mar 2017

GooglePasswordDecryptor is a tool to instantly recover Google account passwords stored by various Google applications as well as popular web browsers.

NOTE: The main website download link has switch to an encrypted installer. Linking to Softpedia mirror.

Category:
System requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: None
Stealth: ? Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the ZIP package and extract to a temporary folder
  2. Move the contents of Portable Version to a folder of your choice
  3. Launch GooglePasswordDecryptor.exe.
What's new? Version 2.0 : 7th Nov 2010
Support for Password Recovery from Paltalk & Pidgin Messenger.
Includes Automatic Version Checker.
Optional Installer for local Installation and Uninstallation.

5 comments on GooglePasswordDecryptor  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Emka 2014-12-06 14:25

v7.6 out

v2.0

Emka 2013-12-16 14:49

v6.5 out, still portable?

v2.0

fastgreen 2011-07-06 06:13

Contains spyware that phones home and hijacks the user's browser search to Bing and installs a toolbar. See online analysis report including screenshots: http://www.threatexpert.com/report.aspx?md5=a99ea895de5577e9de5097e8b320eba4

All software from this publisher should be suspect.

V2.0

webfork 2010-09-29 15:59

Loner: I encourage you to be part of the solution: please post in the forums for information on setting up entries with multiple screenshots.

Lazy would imply this is a job we're being paid to do.

Loner 2010-09-29 00:10

Why are the people running this web page always posting a "screenshot" of something which does not explain what the program does??

Example, GooglePasswordDecryptor has a "screenshot" of a BLANK table for a list. If you go to the author's website to page http://securityxploded.com/images/googlepassworddecryptor_main_nopassword.jpg you will see a sampling of how this program looks when its being used.

So, I ask again, why do the folks here always post some benign screenshot which tells less then the "1000 words" which a picture is supposed to tell??? Is it a matter of lazyness?

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