How to recover FTP Commander passwords
This step-by-step guide will tell you how to restore and recover FTP Commander passwords (FTP server passwords) saved in FTP Commander. The guide has been tested in December 2009 and works on Windows XP, Windows Vista as well as Windows 7.
You don't need any tools to reveal FTP Commander passwords. The retrieval is very simple. Launch FTP Commander and right-click on the server for which you need the password. Select Server Properties:
Your further steps to get FTP Commander password depend on whether you use Pro or Deluxe version. Click here to skip if you use the Deluxe version.
If you use FTP Commander Pro
In the FTP Server Properties window check that Mask Password checkbox is clear. If it's not clear, click on this option to remove the tick in the checkbox:
Once you removed the checkbox, you will find FTP Commander password shown in the Password box:
That's it! You can clearly see saved FTP Commander password in the Properties window.
In the FTP Server Properties check whether the Mask Password checkbox is clear. If not clear, click on these words to remove the tick:
Once you cleared the Mask Password checkbox, your passwort will be shown in the Password box:
That's it! You will be happy to decode FTP Commander password without having to find and download any FTP hacking, cracking, stealing, sniffing or ripping tools.
Thus, if you need to change your FTP password but you forgot the password that is saved in FTP Commander, you now know how to decrypt it.
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