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This system inspection/maintenance tool allows you to explore Windows Protected Storage. This Windows feature is not documented and is known only to professionals. With Secret Explorer you will be able to become a professional, too. You will be able to locate hidden information in any Windows-based system. This includes web form autocomplete data from Internet Explorer; passwords for password protected websites; MS Outlook account and identity passwords, dial-up passwords and other data that Microsoft decided to store there. With the unique import/export feature of Secret Explorer you can move all your personalized data (such as IE web form autocomplete data and stored passwords) from one computer to another, basically familiarizing the new system with you.
Standard and Professional versions
There are two different versions of Secret Explorer: Standard and Professional. The following features are available in the Professional version only:
Professional version is designed for advanced use such as investigation and forensic examination.
Note that Secret Explorer v5.0 has built-in auto-update feature, so you will be notified about new releases (if internet connection is available).
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You could be interested in the following related software products:
Alien Registry Viewer. Alien Registry Viewer is similar to the RegEdit application included into Windows, but unlike RegEdit, it works with standalone registry files. While RegEdit shows the contents of the system registry, Alien Registry Viewer works with registry files copied from other computers.
Find Password Protected Documents is a utility to search for password protected (encrypted) documents on your computer. Current version analyzes Word, Excel documents (passwords to open), Access databases (share level passwords), Outlook PST files and Zip archives.
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