IE PassView is a small utility that allows you to view passwords stored in your Internet Explorer browser.
According to Internet Explorer 7, it allows users to take part in a beta test.Internet Explorer 5 and older are available either as 0 or as 4.0 - v6.0.
IE PassView does not require installation or additional DLL files. This program only uses an exe file for example (IePv), so the only thing you need to do is copy it.Remove the disk (dram installer) and run it on your PC. After starting iepv.Windows 8, iExplorer does this by scanning the login information installed on the user's Internet Explorer browser and storing it in the main panel.
The new beta version of Internet Explorer 7 fixes this issue.As a result of the implementation of version 0 of the FTP file management tool by Microsoft.
Three types of passwords are accessible via IE PassView:
AutoFill Passwords: The Windows browser may ask you if you desire to save the password entered on the login page after clicking it if the entry form contains a password. If you select "save password", it is saved as autofill password.
Remember that some websites (such as the Yahoo login page) intentionally disable the password storage feature to avoid being stolen by others.
HTTP authentication passwords: The user may only be asked to enter a unique login and password during a separate window while on the website. If you select "save password" in this dialog box, it is saved as HTTP authentication password.
FTP passwords: Set up FTP for just the FTP rs to FTP addresses (ftp://.)