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"Password Recovery Engine for Internet Explorer" (
"Password Recovery Engine for Internet Explorer" (IEPRE) recovers Internet Explorer passwords and logins to web sites and also deletes and restores the Internet Explorer Content Advisor password. If you want to see logins and passwords to web sites you visit use IEPRE. The software has an easy-to-use interface. In order to recover logins and passwords to web sites, you do not have to perform any complicated operations. Just open the program IEPRE and you will see all logins and passwords to sites stored on your computer. Logins and passwords to web sites are displayed on the "Web Site Password" tab open by default. The program recovers logins and passwords to web sites for logon via web forms and via the HTTP or HTTPS protocol. For each site, IEPRE recovers its URL, login, password and logon type. Select the web site you need and you will see its data below - its URL, login and password are displayed in a way convenient for reading and copying. You can copy the password of the selected web site to the clipboard. Just click the "Copy Password to Clipboard" button. Also, you can save all data (URL, login, password and logon type) from the list of web sites to a text file. Just click the "Save List data to File" button. If you want to remove Content Advisor password or restore backed up password open the “Content Advisor” tab. Just click "Delete Password" button and program deletes the supervisor password. After you remove the password, you can change Content Advisor settings and visit any web sites blocked by Content Advisor. The program creates a backup of supervisor password before delete it. So, then you can restore removed supervisor password. Just click the "Restore backed up password". Try IEPRE and you will forget about your problems with Internet Explorer password.
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