When navigating to your favorite websites with the Intention to login with a username & password, rather than having to physically enter the credentials each and every time, web browsers have what's called a Password Manager that saves the details and automates the login. Whatever the reason might be, If you want to Immediately grab every detail, In this tutorial, I will show you how to quickly retrieve all passwords (and usernames) stored In Firefox.
Before I begin, this article Is based on the grounds that a Master Password has not been set In Firefox. There are quite a number of web browsers that're commonly used, but It's beyond the scope of this tutorial to cover the lot. As such, I will focus on one of the most popular, namely Firefox.
Although the user logins can be accessed In Firefox, by navigating to Open Menu > Options > Privacy & Security > Logins and Passwords and then clicking on the Saved Logins button, this Is a somewhat lengthy process If you're In a hurry to grab the details within a few seconds or so.
To simplify the process, I will demonstrate how to do It, by using a neat little tool named PasswordFox, that can be downloaded from the official website, or via this reputable source. Essentially, the moment you execute It, every stored username & password will be displayed In the tool's main window! I'll also show you how to save the results to a text file. So without further ado, let's get this started.