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How to: Find Out Saved Firefox Passwords

Firefox is a very secure web browser, but if someone has access to your computer, they can view all your saved passwords without any special hacking skills. All they have to do is open up Firefox, and click Tools>Options>Security>Show Passwords>Show Passwords.

And now all your saved passwords are revealed, along with their respective usernames, and the websites where they apply. Go ahead and try it out on your own computer right now.
Posted by PU on Thursday, August 02, 2007 at 5:34 PM Post a Comment

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Help, my iPod touch 4g with iOS 5 won't come up on my computer, but it comes up in iTunes, but it doesn't have the enable disk use for it like on my nano so how can I see the hidden files? If you would like please email me alex.hadfield100@gmail.com

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