Question by  vickyaral (34)

I lost my Internet browser password, how do I retrieve it?


Answer by  XTC46 (394)

The recovery process varies from browser to browser. If the password that is lost is actually for a specific website, your best option would be to use the "recover password" or "I forgot my password" option that is typically available on the page you log in to. You will have to answer a security question.


Answer by  vff (46)

One thing you can do is use your Windows Explorer to view the install. log for your browser to see if the password is listed in the log. If you have two browsers, you can also try downloading the one you lost the password for and do a new install.


Answer by  Indira (106)

First go for "forgot password" option fill the require detail ask by the website. Provide them your email ID and wait for their reply. Once received the mail from them follow the steps instructed by them.


Answer by  TomBergeron (66)

There's no such thing as an "internet browser password" to my knowledge. If you lost a password to a particular site, ask for a replacement via e-mail.


Answer by  HEAJG (500)

Well to tell you the truth that is a bit complicated unless you install a program that restores your key strokes. What you can do is reinstall your internet explorer.


Answer by  MarioNI (10)

Browsers by it selfs don't require password. I guess this questions refers to lost passwords for sites. If this is the case I suggest a software for this recover task.


Answer by  sathyan (13)

On the computer it is scrambled and not visible by design. You can try a WEP cracker like nessus or NMAP. They take time. By the time you learn to use it a year, you could have simply reset the WEP key. about 5 minutes

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