GooglePasswordDecryptor is the free tool to recover stored Google account passwords by various applications. Most of the Google’s desktop applications such as GTalk, Picassa etc store the account passwords in their private encrypted store to prevent hassale of entering the password everytime. GooglePasswordDecryptor goes through each of these application’s encrypted stores and decrypts this Google account password.
Why to use GooglePasswordDecryptor
Google uses the single centralized account for managing all of its services such as Gmail, Picassa, GTalk, iGoogle, Desktop Search etc. Since all of these core services are controlled by one account, losing the password will easily make one’s life miserable. If you try the Google password recovery service will turn out to be useless, unless you have setup the secondary account for receiving the password and you remember all the personal details that you have entered at the time of account creation.
Then GooglePasswordDecryptor comes handy to recover all your passwords.
How to use GooglePasswordDecryptor
– Double click and launch the GooglePasswordDecryptor.exe and it will display current username, IE version etc.
– Click on ‘Start Recovery’ button and you will see all the stored google passwords as shown in the below Screenshot. You will also see passwords from multiple accounts if you have used more than one google account.
– Can save this list to HTML format or TEXT format by clicking on ‘Export to HTML’ or ‘Export to TEXT’ button.
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