Release Date: April 21, 2003.
When you login into a web site with user name and password, you sometimes have the option to store the password in your computer. If you choose to save the password, in the next time that we'll visit this site, the password field will be automatically filled with your password, but you won't be able to view it, because the password-box shows the password as sequence of asterisks.
Among the utilities that can be used on older editions of Windows, one can find AsterWin, a lightweight program that aims to help users get back passwords from apps that store these access keys behind asterisks.
This application runs as-is, without requiring installation and without having any dependencies, so it can be carried onto a portable storage device and deployed from there onto any computer on which the recovery operation is necessary.
Operating AsterWin is a breeze and the only thing that should be taken into consideration is the order in which the programs must be run. More precisely, the first thing the user has to do is run the target app and only then run this tool.
With a single click on the 'Reveal Passwords' button, the hidden passcode will be revealed in plain text inside the text field of that utility. The password is also displayed inside the main window of AsterWin and using the dedicated function it offers, the user can copy the text to clipboard.
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