This is a small utility that reveals forgotten Firefox, SeaMonkey, Thunderbird and Mozilla passwords. The program can decrypt passwords protected with User Master Passwords.
If the list of your Web passwords is larger than ten entries, than Password Manager is the right tool for you. You won’t have to desperately try to recall the right password, or look it up in your notebook. Mozilla, Firefox and Thunderbird have comfortable password managers, though if you compare them to the Protected Storage of Internet Explorer or WAND of Opera browser, the latter ones are more powerful and functional. However, human memory is not without flaws, programs can freeze or get dysfunctional, and the operation system can refuse to boot up. In this case, you will need help to recover your lost or forgotten passwords.
Mozilla Password Recovery is the program that help you to reveal the AutoFill passwords for Firefox, Mozilla and SeaMonkey browsers, as well as the account passwords of the Thunderbird mail client. The program traditionally offers you two recovery modes: automatic and manual. With this utility you can also recover user Master Password, view browser Cookies, autocomplete data and URL history.
- Recover all SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird, K-Meleon, SongBird, Beonex, Flock and Netscape AutoComplete data as well as e-mail account passwords;
- Recover lost User Master Password;
- Choose between two (automatic and manual) recovery modes;
- Cookies, autocomplete data and URL history viewers;
- Export passwords to text, html or excel files;
- Multilingual passwords support;
- Friendly wizard interface;
- Detailed help;
- Install/uninstall support.