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Mozilla/Thunderbird/Firefox Password Recovery - URL History Viewer

All browsers save Web pages, visited or simply typed URLs to your hard drive. Thus anyone who gains access to your PC can easily tell where you have been browsing over the network or what you have been searching for. The History Viewer shows typed and visited sites and Web pages, sorts them in various orders, and allows to remove them completely from your local computer.

To view the Firefox, SeaMonkey or Mozilla browser URL history, you'll have to specify the full path to your browser profile folder (one with the history.dat file in it) first. Like this:
For Mozilla and SeaMonkey: C:\Documents And Settings\%USERPROFILE%\ApplicationData\Mozilla\default\%PROFILEFOLDER%
For Firefox browser: C:\Documents And Settings\%USERPROFILE%\ApplicationData\Mozilla\Firefox\profiles\%PROFILEFOLDER%
Some examples:
C:\Documents And Settings\John\ApplicationData\Mozilla\Firefox\profiles\jb7t6a4n.default
C:\Documents And Settings\Ann\ApplicationData\Mozilla\default\d23pd4a1.slt

Firefox URL History Viewer - setting up profile path


 

After selecting a profile folder from the drop-down list, click Next to proceed and view the browser URL history.

Firefox URL History