How to View User’s Logins and Passwords Saved in a Browser for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram ?️??

Hello everybody! This video will show you how to learn logins
and passwords of another user or someone’s sign up information for social media accounts
(Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, VKontakte, Odnoklassniki), or search engine accounts,
online stores, dating websites, and other data used to sign in various websites. For convenience, all modern browsers suggest
remembering passwords to user accounts in Facebook, Vkontakte, Odnoklassniki, Instagram,
email services etc. As a result, users can sign in to their accounts
without having to enter the password and login every time. All this information is safely protected and
stored inside the browser. It is usually located in Manage passwords
menu, like in Google Chrome, or in Privacy and security / Passwords, like in Opera, or
in Privacy and security / Forms and passwords, like in Mozilla Firefox. However, another user cannot just open the
menu and see the settings. To do it, you will need a password to such
computer or a master password that has been set up before. It seems completely logical, and the user
data should be safely protected. But this is where you go wrong. Hetman Internet Spy opens the passwords saved
in the browser, addresses entered when filling in online forms, downloads history and bookmarks
created by the user. The sign-in data together with the browsing
history will provide you with a way to access any personal information on the people you
are interested in. How does it work? For example, there’s a computer or an account
on a computer which was used by the person you’re interested in. You need to learn the login and password of
the user’s account at a certain web resource, or all web resources. To view this data: • Run Hetman Internet Spy. You will find the link to the official webpage
of the program in the description: • The interface is very simple and doesn’t
require having any special skills. In the welcome screen, start the analysis
and wait until the program finds all users of this system. After the comprehensive disk scan, you will
see the list of Windows user accounts. • In the next window, the program will suggest
you to select a user account for analysis. Click on the one you’re interested in. Please note that you can analyze any user
account on this computer, and it doesn’t matter which user account is active at the
moment. There’s no need to enter any passwords either. • Now you can see all browsers installed
on this computer. Here’s a special point: you will be shown
even the browsers which used to exist in this user account but were uninstalled later. And the most amazing thing is that Hetman
Internet Spy can analyze such uninstalled browsers as well! • Click to select a browser for analysis. Today’s browsers save everything you do
online. Webpage URLs, date of visit, time spent on
a webpage, logins and passwords used, downloaded files and lots of other information will be
at your disposal after the analysis. Later, you can change your choice of data
to check other accounts and browsers. • After the program finishes analyzing data
for the selected browser, it will show it, sorted by tabs. All data required to log on to websites and
saved in the browser is shown in the “Passwords” tab. This is where you can find everything about
logins and passwords of the user account you have analyzed. All the information is grouped into four columns. They are:
• The website where the user signs in their account. • The login and password. • The column showing how often this login
and password are used. If there’s too much information, you can
sort it in one of the following ways: • Sort websites in the alphabetical order
by clicking on the Website column. • In the same way, you can sort the information
by Username or Password, if you’re looking for something specific. • Clicking on “Times used” will sort
the usernames and passwords by frequency of usage. • You can also add a filter to every column,
or • add one of the additional settings. For example: username element, password element,
URL address, creation or synchronization date. If you click on a certain item, you will see
more detailed information about it in the Properties panel. Including its date of creation. Double-click on a website to visit it. It will open in your default browser. Then enter the login and password detected
by Hetman Internet Spy. Using the login keys, you can view someone’s
emails and social media messages sent to other people. Entering a person’s accounts in Google and
Facebook gives access to complete browsing history and search queries, all movements
(via Geolocation), all the person’s contacts and lots of other private information. After viewing the analysis results in the
program window, you can save a report for later use or import into another system. 1. To generate it, run the Export Wizard by clicking
on the Export button in the main menu. 2. Specify what section you want to export. By default, the program suggests exporting
all the information, but you can also select to export only information from the currently
opened section. Click “Next” to continue. 3. Choose the path to save the report and select
the format: Excel, HTML or PDF and click Next. This is how an exported report looks like. If you need to analyze another browser of
this user, go to the main menu and click the icon of the browser which you are analyzing
now and select “Change browser.” Then select another browser available. To analyze data for another user of this computer,
click on the current user icon and select “Change user.” Follow the previous steps again to analyze
the account. You can watch another video to see how to
use Hetman Internet Spy to view and restore removed browsing history, analyze search queries
and online communications of a user; find the link in the description: That is all for now. Subscribe to the official YouTube channel
of Hetman Software. Hit the Like button below. Ask questions in your comments. Thank you for watching. Good luck.

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  • Watch you how to learn logins and passwords of another user or someone’s sign up information for social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), or search engine accounts, online stores, dating websites, and other data used to sign in various websites. Did you like the video? Click Like button and subscribe to Hetman Software channel. We will be glad to answer any questions in comments.

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