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Reset Windows Password - searching and decrypting Internet passwords
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Reset Windows Password:
search for Web passwords saved in Internet Explorer, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and other browsers



Internet password search opens a screen like this:

Browser passwords

The application decrypts passwords from all major Web browsers:

  • Internet Explorer and Edge
  • Firefox
  • Opera
  • Chrome
  • Safari
  • Majority of Mozilla-based browsers: Flock, Seamonkey, Pale Moon, Waterfox, etc.
  • Major browsers based on Chromium sources: Comodo Dragon, CoolNovo, Google Chrome, Yandex browser, and so on.


Web browsers use different algorithms for protecting users’ personal data. Passwords from the following browsers can be decrypted almost instantly:

  • Internet Explorer 4-6
  • Firefox and other Mozilla-based browsers (when Master Password is not set)
  • Old versions of Opera (if no Master Password is set)


Decrypting other data requires additional information. That is usually the Master Password or the user logon password:

  • Internet Explorer 10
  • Edge
  • Firefox (if Master Password is set)
  • Opera (if Master Password is set)
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari

To activate the next step of the decryption, simply double-click on the record highlighted in red.

Internet Explorer 7-9 require three-step decryption. First, one should enter the URL where the password was saved, then enter the account password. More information on this tricky kind of protection used in Internet Explorer 7-9 can be found in our article.