How to Dump Every Saved Password from a Computer

January 30, 2018 | Views: 11042

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In this post we will see a faster and easier way to dump all saved passwords from a local computer. This will recover every stored password saved by each software using different technique, all hashdumps and any other software’s saved pass .


What makes it easier

There are lot of other tool and techniques through which we can pull all cache passwords like USB Rubber Ducky but in this case its very fast and easy to use,  just a simple command and we will get every saved password .


How to do this  

STEP 1 I am going to do this on my windows machine so for windows user download this and extract in your desired location . For Linux users get it from here .

STEP 2 Now go to your saved location hold shift + right click and select open command window here.


STEP 3 Now we are going to dump all saved password in browsers ,to do this type laZagne browsers 



And below we can see we got a saved password from chrome browser



Final Words

You can also use laZagne all -v command which will dump each and every saved password from every installed software .





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  1. Throw a “Rubber Ducky” USB stick on any computer you want to attack. All the information you want and more is grabbed in under 15 seconds!

  2. It pulls data from the browser, can it do the same for password management systems?

  3. nice one it s not a virus bytheway it realy does wht it says …this a very good tool to get all saved password on a browser in clear text without going after the browser itself well in my case i protect all my passwords with a master pasword . and windows will also request the admin pass if u try to retrieve these pwrds from the browser …so this tool would be the best way to get all those facebook …google …etc pwrds with one command thats why u should alwys think about 2 factors authorizations / ….and remember ..nothing is secure .nice job Shaquib Izhar

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