LSASecretsView v1.26 Updated

Andrew Lee on 28 Jan 2024

LSASecretsView displays the list of all LSA secrets stored on your computer. This includes your RAS/VPN passwords, autologon passwords and other system passwords/keys.

Runs on:Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Launch LSASecretsView.exe.
What's new?
  • Fixed a problem with decrypting LSA secrets from external drive on Windows 11 22H2.

12 comments on LSASecretsView  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

__philippe 2024-01-29 05:46


juverax 2024-01-28 21:04

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Transcontinental 2009-11-30 15:59

I agree with Nidan : portable means NO writing to Registry, even "benign". If I go to a friend's place and I tell him my application is portable, and that he finds out his Regidtry has been written to by MY application, he will either kid me or be annoyed :)

victorn 2009-11-29 23:48

i cannot believe what i just saw! my main windows account password in blue on white!!

great soft. tells you how weak windows is.

Webfork 2008-09-02 21:00

Use this program to help people realize how truly vulnerable their Windows password is. This alone makes the program valuable.

Other passwords were harder to determine (some were 100 character passwords) and looked like a modified HEX editor output.

j_sk 2007-12-28 01:01

"How about an extra section for useful but registry touching applications or at least a big warning even in the feed list?"
Maybe not an extra section, just a more visible warning, like a -write settings- in Caps, Italic, both or other and a very simple mention in the feed list. No extra section, neither extra color this way. This could enhance a lot reliability. Great work anyway, very usefull, Andrew.

Andrew Lee 2007-04-24 08:58

Please let's continue our discussion at instead of cluttering up the comment area for this app. Thanks!

BumBum 2007-04-23 23:55

@ Tripex. I would guess that when you have to do something important on a host machine, you would use an application, even if writes a couple of settings in the registry... if the game is worth the candle. In that case, you would never use a PDF generator or a game, but you would use a PW recovery app or a trouble shooter.

none 2007-04-23 21:28

"...The application should write to an INI file to be truly portable"

Not ture! An application that does not write anything is also portable.

In any case, if it's a good free app that is mostly contained, it's worth mentioning. Thanks Andrew.

tripex 2007-04-23 19:44

I fully agree with Nidan. Some non-portable applications might be useful but they are NOT portable just because they are useful. What's this for a logic Andrew? How about an extra section for useful but registry touching applications or at least a big warning even in the feed list, so I (and other) can skip them. Please beware the reputation of the URL.

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