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How to retrieve a password registered in your browser

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You have certainly forgotten a password that you previously saved in your browser and that you want to find so that you can use it from another computer or another browser. Fortunately, it is possible to find it! See below how to recover a password on each of the most used browsers.

How to recover a password saved in your browser

Retrieve a password saved in Internet explorer

In Internet Explorer, you will need to use an independent application like IE Passview.

Retrieve a password saved in firefox

In Firefox, click on “Tools” then “Options“. In the “Security” tab, click on the “Saved passwords …” button under the heading “Passwords“. This will open a new window where the list of usernames used for each of the websites indicated in the left column is in the right column. Select one and click on the eye image to show passwords and see them appear.

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Recover your identifiers and passwords in google chrome

In Google Chrome, click on the icon represented by 3 horizontal lines (located on the right of the address bar).

Access the Google Chrome menu

Then on “Settings“.

Access Google Chrome settings

Then click on “Show advanced settings …” at the bottom of the page and, under the Autofill section , click on “Passwords“.

Show login / password saved in Chrome

This will open a new window where the list of encrypted passwords is located in the right column. Select one and click on the eye image to see them appear.

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In Safari on MAC, directly use the “Keychain” application where all the passwords saved for your computer are located.

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