In a perfect world, you would never have to recover any passwords. In a perfect world, people always write their passwords down. In a perfect world, people never quit their jobs leaving behind them a pack of password-protected e-mail and FTP accounts.
In the real world, things may differ. In the real world, you always have a chance to lose a password from an important web site and the only way to get back is to recover it from the list of passwords saved by your Internet Explorer. In the real world, people never write down passwords from their Outlook or Outlook Express identities. Needless to say, your ex-colleagues have better things to do than leave you passwords from their e-mail and FTP accounts.
Fortunately, here, in the real world, we've learned to effectively handle problems like this. We recommend you give Accent Internet Password Recovery from AccentSoft a try. This is a specialized program to recover all Internet-related passwords on any computer that you can access. We've tried a lot of similar applications and AccentSoft's product is ahead of the pack. It does everything that its competitors normally do. There is a handy Wizard-like interface for fast and easy recovery and the program knows where your standard MS applications (Internet Explorer, Outlook, Outlook Express, dial-up, DSL, VPN and RAS) store your passwords and how to recover them. There is no need to wait while the program is guessing passwords because there is no guessing. All passwords are recovered instantly.
In addition to the above, Accent Internet Password Recovery allows you to recover passwords from e-mail and FTP accounts that are stored by virtually any e-mail or FTP client. The program emulates e-mail and FTP servers on your local PC. You simply direct your e-mail and FTP clients to the address 127.0.0.1 and AIPR will capture the passwords.
Windows 95 or higher