User Guide – Google Password Recovery Pro 2020

User Guide - Google Password Recovery Pro 2020

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About

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro is the Enterprise software to help you instantly recover all your forgotten Google Password from top 30+ Windows applications.

It automatically detects & decrypts passwords from secret password store of each supported application. Once recovered, it displays complete details including Application name, Google Login and Password.

Also it can discover and help you delete all the stored passwords, thus protecting your gmail login password from being stolen by hackers, ransomware, password stealers etc.

Supported Applications

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro supports gmail password recovery from following popular browsers & messengers

  1. Google Chrome
  2. Mozilla Firefox
  3. Internet Explorer
  4. Microsoft Edge (old & new)
  5. Opera Browser
  6. Apple Safari
  7. Avant Browser
  8. Brave Browser
  9. Chedot Browser
  10. CCleaner Browser
  11. Chrome Canary Browser
  12. CoolNovo Browser
  13. Coc Coc Browser
  14. Comodo Dragon
  15. Comodo IceDragon
  16. Epic Privacy Browser
  17. Falkon (QupZilla)
  18. Flock Browser
  19. Maxthon Browser
  20. Orbitum Browser
  21. Pale Moon Browser
  22. QQ Browser
  23. SeaMonkey Browser
  24. Sleipnir Browser
  25. Slimjet Browser
  26. SRWare Iron Browser
  27. Tor Browser
  28. Torch Browser
  29. UC Browser
  30. Vivaldi Browser
  31. Waterfox Browser
  32. Google Talk
  33. Gmail Notifier
  34. Miranda Messenger

Note: Personal Edition of Google Password Recovery Pro supports first 6 web browsers. However Enterprise Edition supports password recovery from all the above applications.

Benefits

Here are the main benefits for you,

  • Instantly recover Google password from all top 30+ browsers including Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge, Opera & more
  • Recover password from messengers & other apps like GTalk, Gmail Notifier, Miranda Messenger etc.
  • Recover new master key encrypted passwords from Chrome (v80) & 15+ Chromium browsers
  • Supports both 32-bit & 64-bit versions of apps
  • Recover Password of any length & complexity
  • Automatically finds & decrypts password from profile location of each browser
  • Recover password from all profiles (for Firefox, Chrome, Seamonkey etc)
  • Recover from portable applications, non-default password locations, external disk of another computer
  • Protect your passwords from hackers, password stealers by deleting them from all browsers
  • Generate Password Report in HTML,CSV,SQLite,XML,JSON format for backup/auditing purpose
  • Command-line version help you integrate it in your scripts/programs
  • Automate your Google password recovery operation daily or periodically
  • Recover password from Firefox having Master Password
  • Portable Settings: Easily move from one PC to another
  • New Portable Unlimited Edition: Run on Unlimited PCs directly from USB disk without installation
  • Works on all Windows 32-bit & 64-bit starting from XP to Windows 10
  • Installer for easier installation & un-installation

Requirements

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro works on both 32-bit & 64-bit platforms starting from Windows XP to Windows 10.

Here are the specific details,

  • Installation Size: 15 MB
  • RAM: 4 GB+ Recommended
  • Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 2008/2012/2016/2019, Windows 7/8/10.

Note: Mobile/pads/non-windows devices not supported

Installation

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro comes with standard windows installer which allows seamless installation & un-installation.

Launch the setup file and follow on-screen instructions to complete the installation as shown below,

 

You can uninstall it from the Control Panel or click on Uninstaller from installed location of software.

How to Use?

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro  is very easy to use. After installation, just launch it. It will instantly recover and show all the stored Google login passwords from all the top applications as shown in video below,

You can easily sort the displayed password list based on Browser type, Google Login, Password etc. by simply clicking on corresponding header in the List.
Also you can click on ‘Recover Again’ button to refresh the list anytime.

Right Click Menu Options

Right click context menu helps you to quickly & easily copy various fields (such as, Google Login, Password etc).

Also you can launch Google website, delete the password from selected browser as shown below,

Settings – Google Password Recovery

Settings help you to tweak & customize Google Password Recovery operations as per you need. Mainly it helps you to specify custom profile paths for each browser (see next section) and also specify the master password for Firefox.

Click on ‘Settings’ button from the main GUI screen and you will see the Settings screen as shown below,

Settings – Customize Browser Profile Path

This is one of the unique benefits of Google Password Recovery Pro. It helps you to specify the custom profile paths for each supported browser.

To set the custom profile path, click on Settings button in main GUI screen and you will see the Settings dialog as shown below,

This is useful in cases when you have set the Profile path in Browser to non-default location or when you are using Portable version of Browser.This also helps when you have copied browser profile folder from another laptop for recovery process.

Here are simple steps to set or remove Custom Profile Path,

  • First select the browser by double click in the list or select from Combo box
  • It will populate the current Custom Path (if any) in the Edit box
  • Now to ADD new folder, click on Browse button or simply Drag & Drop your folder
  • To REMOVE just set the Edit box empty
  • Finally click on ‘Update’ button to add/remove the custom path
  • Once done, you will see new Custom Path is updated in the list for selected Browser

Now you can go back to main GUI screen, click on ‘Recover Again’ button to recover the passwords from this new Custom Profile path.

Here are the example Custom Paths for all browsers

  • Apple Safari
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\Preferences
  • Avant Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Avant Profiles\.default\formdata\
  • Brave Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\BraveSoftware\Brave-Browser\User Data\Default\
  • CCleaner Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\CCleaner Browser\User Data\Default\
  • Chedot Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Chedot\User Data\Default\
  • Chrome
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
  • Chrome Canary Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome SxS\User Data\Default\
  • Coc Coc Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\CocCoc\Browser\User Data\Default\
  • Comodo Dragon
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Comodo\Dragon\User Data\Default\
  • Comodo IceDragon Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Comodo\IceDragon\Profiles\<random name>.default\
  • CoolNovo Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\MapleStudio\ChromePlus\User Data\Default\
  • Epic Privacy Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Epic Privacy Browser\User Data\Default\
  • Falkon (QupZilla)
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\falkon\profiles\default\
  • Firefox
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<random name>.default\
  • Flock Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Flock\User Data\Default\
  • Maxthon Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Maxthon5\Users\guest\MagicFill\
  • Microsoft Edge Browser (new)
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\Default\
  • Opera Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\Opera Stable\
  • Orbitum Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Orbitum\User Data\Default\
  • Pale Moon Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Moonchild Productions\Pale Moon\Profiles\<random_name>.default\
  • QQ Browser (Tencent)
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Tencent\QQBrowser\User Data\Default\
  • SeaMonkey Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\SeaMonkey\Profiles\<random_name>.default\
  • Sleipnir Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Fenrir Inc\Sleipnir5\setting\modules\ChromiumViewer\Default\
  • Slimjet Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Slimjet\User Data\Default\
  • SRWare Iron Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Chromium\User Data\Default\
  • Tor Browser (portable location)
    C:\Users\<user_name>\Desktop\Tor Browser\Browser\TorBrowser\Data\Browser\profile.default\
  • Torch Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Torch\User Data\Default\
  • UC Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\UCBrowser\User Data_i18n\Default\
  • Vivaldi Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Local\Vivaldi\User Data\Default\
  • Waterfox Browser
    C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Waterfox\Profiles\4t2edf0y.default\

Note: This feature is available only in Enterprise & higher editions.

Google Password Report

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro helps you to generate detailed report in both HTML, CSV, JSON, XML, & SQLite format. Once passwords are recovered, simply click on Report button and then select the Type of Report from the ‘File Save Dialog’.

Here is the sample of HTML based Google Password Report,

How to Use Command-line Version?

XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro supports both GUI & command-line in the single executable file. Command-line version helps you to fully automate Google password recovery operation. You can also easily integrate it into your scripts or programs as part of advanced operations.

Here is the screenshot of Command-line version (passwords masked for security reasons)

&Here are various command-line options & examples

Usage: 
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe [report_file]

Examples:

    //Recover & save all Facebook Passwords to HTML file (default)
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe report.html

    //Recover & save all Facebook Passwords to CSV file
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe c:\report.csv

    //Recover & save all Facebook Passwords to XML file
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe "c:\my files\report.xml"

    //Recover & save all Facebook Passwords to JSON file
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe report.json

    //Recover & save all Facebook Passwords to SQLite Database file
    GooglePasswordRecoveryPro.exe f:\report.db

By default it will generate report in HTML format. You can specify csv, xml, json or db extension to Output File to generate report in CSV, XML, JSON or SQLite database format respectively.

Note: This feature is available only in Enterprise & higher editions.

Automation of Google Password Recovery

‘XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro’ Command-line version can help you to completely automate your Google Password Recovery operations daily or periodically. It can generate detailed report which can be used for future auditing or backup purposes.

Here are simple steps to automate Google Password Recovery using Windows Task Scheduler.

1) Launch Windows Task Scheduler from Administrative Tools in Control Panel. Next click on “Create Basic Task” on right side panel as shown below,

2) On the Basic Task page, enter name as ‘Google Password Recovery’. On next page select ‘Daily or Weekly or Monthly’ with appropriate Time settings as per your need.

3) Next on the ‘Action’ Page, click on Start Program and then enter command & arguments as shown below,

For more command-line options refer to Google Password Recovery Pro Command-line Version section.

4) Finally click on Finish button to schedule the automatic Google Password Recovery operation.

Advanced Feature – Deleting Password from Browsers

This is one of the unique & useful feature of Google Password Recovery Pro. It helps you to easily remove one or more selected Google password from selected Browsers with just click of button as shown below,

If you have accidentally stored Google Password on any laptop then you can discover and remove it instantly. This way you can protect your important login passwords from being stolen by hackers, ransomware, virus, password stealers etc

Current version supports removal of password from all browsers except Safari.

Note: This feature is available only in Enterprise & higher editions.

Version & Release History

Note: To get download link of latest update please contact our support team with your order details.

Version 5.0 (2020 Edition): 11th May 2020

Major 2020 release supporting Google password recovery from new browsers like Microsoft Edge, Coc Coc, Comodo, Epic, Chedot, CCleaner browser. Also supports latest Chrome browser(v80.0) using new master key based password encryption. Fully Portable Settings along with new Unlimited Edition.

Version 4.0 (2020 Edition): 25th Jul 2019

Mega 2020 edition supporting Gmail password recovery from top 20+ browsers. Includes new browsers such as Maxthon, Avant, Orbitum, Waterfox, QQ Browser etc. Also generates password report in XML & JSON file format.

Version 3.5 (2019 Edition): 6th Jan 2019

Support for recovery of Gmail passwords from all profiles of Chrome, Firefox, Seamonkey browsers.

Version 3.0 (2019 Edition): 23rd Nov 2018

Mega 2019 edition with support for removal of passwords from Firefox, SeaMonkey & Tor browser. Password recovery from new Brave browser & more.

Version 2.0 (2018 Edition): 24th Apr 2018

Major release with support for password recovery from latest Firefox browser, recover password from all profiles of Chrome, SQLite db report format etc

Version 1.0 (2017 Edition): 18th Dec 2017

First public release

Contact XenArmor

Have any more queries or need any technical clarification? Just write to us at support@xenarmor.com and you will have response within 24 to 48 hours.

For more details visit home page of XenArmor Google Password Recovery Pro