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How to recover firefox password with the help of Firefox Password Recovery 5.0



Firfox is a powerful web browser that is quickly growing in popularity. Like other browsers Firefox indudes the option to remember your username and passwords for these types of websites. So that the next time you visit the website Firefoxcan "auto fill" these detail for you.

If you have visited a site before, but haven't been there in a while have forgotten the password, How can you easily recovery it?

Taday I will show you some ways for the best easy step.





Method One

1.Open Firefox.

2. Go to "Tools" menu and select "Options"

3.Click om the "Security"tab.

4.Click the "Saved password" bottun. Click "show passwords" and then click "Yes" in the dialogue windows that pops up.

5.Scroll through the list to find the website and password combination your're looking for. Click "close" when you're finished.




Method Two

Firefox Password Recovery 5.0 is a smart and powerful utility to recover passwords to web sites saved in Firefox Web Browser and Thunderbird. This tool can get the list of all usernames and passwords saved in Firefox Web Browser with only one button click!

In addition, this program also allows you to reset Firefox Master password.

Step1: To get a list of all passwords stored by Firefox Web Browser , press "Start Recovery" button and select Recover Firefox Password menu item.




step2: The passwords together with their Website URL and User name will be displayed.

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