Sometimes, you get your dial-up login details from your ISP (Internet Service Provider) over the phone, and you just enter them directly on your computer, and forget to write them down on a paper. Your ISP is not usually available 24/7, so if your Windows crashes, or you are moving your stuff to a new PC, then you cannot get this information back, unless you use a tool like "Dial-up Password Recovery Master".
The program features an intuitive user interface, you will find everything where it should be. The recovered passwords are arranged on a simple table, and fields can be sorted by username, login, password, and connection name. Additional network details are also available such as : Phone number, IP address, and connection type.
The program can even recover passwords from the dial-up connections that you have already deleted.
I had two problems running this program; the first is that it didn't work, unless I ran it as administrator, even while I was already logged in to Windows using an administrative account. The second problem was that it crashed on my Windows Seven. However, as per the program's documentation, it should work fine on Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP.
- Supports all Windows versions
- No password display for non-purchased versions