See hidden passwords in PC or mobile browsers
Passwords in web browsers are hidden behind asterisks. This is for your protection, but what if you need to see what you are typing, or trying to recover or copy a saved password from behind the asterisks?
Use ISeePass. It's a tiny bookmarklet that instantly reveals all password on a web page. ISeePass works in web browsers across PCs, tablets and smartphones, running Android, iOS, Linux, Mac OS, Windows, and more.
On a PC: Simply drag the button to your browser's bookmarks bar (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.)
On a mobile device: Chrome for Android synchronizes your bookmarks with the PC, so ISeePass should automatically appear on your device. On other mobile browsers (such as Firefox), long tap the button and select Bookmark Link.
Definitely, ISeePass offers a convenient and simple solution to a common problem: forgetting passwords.(Software Informer Editor's Pick Award)
ISeePass reveals passwords with one mouse click, with no installation required. This small but nice tool does what it is supposed to do.(freeware.de)
It's an awesome bookmark-let that, with a click on a button, reveals all password on a page. To restore the asterisks, all you need to do is click on it again.(Blogsdna)
Using ISeePass is surprisingly simple. ... ISeePass makes passwords visible again in the browser at lightning speed.(GIGA Rating: 5 Stars)
Why Trust ISeePass?
ISeePass is Free and Open Source. You can easily take a look at its source code on GitHub to check that everything is all right. You can also read the media reviews, ratings, recommendations, and awards on the ISeePass Reviews page.
Because ISeePass reveals your saved passwords in plain text, it's not recommended to use ISeePass in public places or on public computers. And if you use it at home, it's recommended to keep your system up-to-date, and protected with a strong antivirus and firewall.
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