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How could this kind of software be useful?
It does what a browser can already do.
Even as a free tool, I would consider it useless.HarFanGGuest
“This is a 1-computer 6-month license”
Basically, this is just a demo version.
For science, I just tried it.
No luck, THAT DOES NOT WORK ON FIREFOX 64 bits !!!
PC Trek site provides some help :
“What About if your Firefox is 64-bit?
Click on BROWSERS section in the upper left corner and then click Custom Recovery Password on the right side.
Select Browser based on Firefox and in “Select Custom Profile Path:” provide the Path of the Profile you want to recover the passwords. Please make sure the Profile Path contains the file “logins.json” which is actually a file where passwords are kept encrypted.
Probably you will notice that the username and password fields, are shown blank. The main reason for this is that Advanced Password Recovery Suite is 32-bit application, so decryption modules for Firefox 64-bit could not be loaded. There is a really simple solution for this. All you need to do is in the Installation Directory provide a path where you have a 32-bit version of nss3.dll file on your hard drive.
In this case as shown on the picture, we are going to recover passwords for Firefox 64-bit using decryption modules from a portable Thunderbird 32-bit Mail Client, or even you can use any other 32-bit browser based on Firefox like Comodo IceDragon, Tor and etc. Then you will have to provide a path to the Installation Directory for those browsers. Click on Recover Password button, and that’s it!”
Yeah, sure, no problem ! But the fact is I only have FF installed on my computer, and even putting a 32 bits version of nss3.dll somewhere, the recovery tool is NOT WORKING !
Can I ask ? why the hell do you need a 32 bits .dll when you want to decrypt a 64 bits system ?!? A 64 bits version should be needed in that case…