UpdateStar Password Finder 7.0

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Why UpdateStar Password Finder? Because losing passwords is an annoying experience! Supports user name and password recovery and backup for more than one hundred software programs. Scans local and network computers without installation.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
exono
Price:
$24.95
File size:
458 Kb
Date added:
May 22, 2013
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Description from the Publisher
Password Finder helps you to search and find passwords, user names and other related information stored and hidden on your local computers or remote network computers. Because losing passwords is a very annoying experience, Password Finder finds and exports this important information for you. Password Finder supports scanning of local computers as well as remote network computers and allows you to scan multiple computers at the same time.
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