Internet security has long become a buzz word. Everywhere you go, you hear about it. Naturally, it is great to feel yourself safe and secure when surfing the Net. When you enter your password on most sites, you see only asterisk signs. This feature is intended to protect your passwords; but sometimes this feature becomes more of a pain, rather than help. Let's say you are using computer at home and no one can overlook your password. You've been entering your password several times, then chose "remember my login and password" option and finally forgot your password. Then your computer crashes or you need to re-type this password for one reason or another, but you don't remember it. What should you do?
The answer is clear - you should have downloaded and installed Password Spectator long time ago from www.refog.com. This great software lets you "see" behind the asterisks, so you can see your actual password when you need it.
Password Spectator is a freeware works both with the Internet sites and with software applications that require passwords. This software works with a great majority of applications; the only exception are the programs that actually "store" asterisks behind the asterisks.
Feel free to download Password Spectator now and to visit www.refog.com for other great software.