Google Password Decryptor v3.5 is out now !

Google Password Decryptor is the FREE software to instantly recover stored Google account passwords by various Google applications as well as popular web browsers and messengers.

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It can recover Google password from following applications

  • Google Talk
  • Google Picassa
  • Google Desktop Seach
  • Gmail Notifier
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera Browser
  • Apple Safari
  • Flock Browser
  • Paltalk Messenger
  • Pidgin Messenger
  • Miranda Messenger

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New version v3.5 helps you to generate report in XML format along with existing HTML/Text format. In GUI mode, you can click on ‘Export’ button and then select the ‘XML file type’ from the drop down box of File Dialog. In command line mode, just specify the output file with xml file extension. (ex: GooglePasswordDecryptor output.xml).  In addition to this, it also presents improved GUI interface with new banner.

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Special thanks to Michael Cornwell for suggesting the XML output feature along with others and we are happy to roll it out in this release.

Now check out the new Google Password Decryptor

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