Releasing New Tool IMPasswordDecryptor on PasswordAnalytics.com

Finally I am much relieved to write this post which I have been waiting for more than a month. As this tool was exclusively meant for our new portal, PasswordAnalytics, I had to hold myself for the ground to be ready. Now with the launch of PasswordAnalytics, our much awaited password recovery tool, IMPasswordDecryptor is out now.

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IMPasswordDecryptor is the FREE software to instantly recover stored passwords from most of the popular instant messengers. Most of the messengers have the auto-login feature which requires the user account information including password to be saved for subsequent logins. If user opts to save or remember the password then the user name and password are stored on the system in proprietary format. Each messenger application has its own format and own way of securely storing this sensitive information. The algorithm used to encrypt the password and storage locations vary from application to application.

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In this direction, IMPasswordDecryptor helps in recovering such stored passwords for popular instant messengers. This not only helps in recovering the password but also helps in knowing what all sensitive information being stored on your system so that you can take care of it before handing over the system to others.

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IMPasswordDecryptor supports recovery of stored passwords from most of the popular instant messengers. Here is the complete list of the supported applications.

  • Google Talk
  • Windows Live Messenger
  • MSN Messenger
  • Trillian
  • Trillian Astra
  • Pidgin (Formerly Gaim)
  • MySpaceIM
  • Miranda

IMPasswordDecryptor is a standalone application which does not require any installation and can be run directly after copying it to your system. It works on most of the Windows platforms starting from Windows XP to latest operating system, Windows 7.

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To know more about it and to download, visit main page of IMPasswordDecryptor

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