The three new names that we have pick for today’s software, attracted me a lot, so I decided to share it with my readers so that they may get aware of it too and think of to give it a try. The three includes WirelessKeyView finds Windows’ stored wifi key. BulletsPassView shows passwords as they’re typed. HiFiTo quickly toggle Show Hidden Files.
The software comes under classic NirSoft title allowing you do one thing. It lets you do it well in other words it searches passwords of every wireless network you’ve ever connected your computer to. As once you get started with it, it displays you information about the network including name, password, adapter that connected to it, etc
WirelessKeyView is simply elegant and handy software that give the user an access to your lost or forgotten wifi keys. It is available free of cost and likewise any other NirSoft programs, it’s tiny and quick.
Version discovered: v1.36
Supported OS: Windows unknown
Download size: 32-bit: 53KB | 64-bit: 69KB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 32-bit: 19/42 | 64-bit: 1/43 – see note
In case you want to see what password someone has typed in any program then I think BulletsPassView is the best choice for the purpose. You just have to open it and it will tell you what the currently entered passwords are. Likewise WirelessKeyView it’s also a NirSoft program.
Unfortunately, BulletsPassView does not work with all programs, as some correctly store their passwords in a way that BulletsPassView does not get access to them. Programs like Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. Apart from this, it’s a very useful program and can come in handy quite a bit.
Version discovered: v1.25
Supported OS: Windows 2000+
Download size: 32-bit: 54KB | 64-bit: 64KB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 32-bit: 10/42 | 64-bit: 1/43 – see note
The people who deal more with hidden files must have experienced the pain of the Tools menu (or Organize, or whatever Microsoft named it this time), going to Folder Options, going to the second tab, and unchecking what you need unchecked. And afterward doing it again as you have to reset it.
For you there is a fabulous utility that automates this for you. Are you eager to know about this utility? So let me introduce you HiFiTo which is a tiny 100% portable program. You simply have to press a keyboard shortcut or use its system tray icon and you would be displayed hidden files or show file extensions. It’s a great utility to keep on your thumb drive, especially for those who work on a lot of computers.
Version discovered: v1.0.4
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Download size: 38KB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 5/41
Important note: WirelessKeyView and BulletsPassView gets a very high VirusTotal score. This is not because they are a virus; rather, they are utilities that could be potentially used to compromise security.
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