Facebook Password Decryptor Crosses One Million Downloads

Today its proud moment for all of us at SecurityXploded as our Top Tool, ‘Facebook Password Decryptor’ touches One Million Downloads.



Facebook Password Decryptor is the FREE tool to automatically recover Facebook Login password from popular Web Browsers and Messengers.


It supports Facebook Password Recovery from following browsers/messengers,

  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera Browser
  • Apple Safari
  • Flock Browser
  • Paltalk Messenger
  • Miranda Messenger



It was created in Nov 2010 and since then it has seen exponential rise in downloads month by month. And today it has touched One Million milestone in just 16 months.


At this special moment we would like to thank all our users who empowered us with their constant feedbacks.

And there is more to come, visit ‘Facebook Password Decryptor’

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