Online security is difficult nowadays and protecting yourself from hackers it even tough.
When I was just a child of 12 or 13, I wonder how can I hack Gmail account? Is there any way to reveal the passwords users use to login to their accounts?
Well, I don’t have any intentions of misusing, just curious how can I do it?
And now I know many of the ways to exploit accounts in many ways. Even we can force browsers to save passwords.
Today, In this tutorial, I am gonna show you a little trick to Reveal Passwords behind asterisks in Your Web Browsers.
Reveal Passwords behind Asterisks (*)
To get started, you need to follow the below steps. It will only take a minute or two.
- Open a Web browser on your PC and go to any login page.
- Enter your username and password which is required to go to further step.
- Once you have entered your password, the real trick goes from here.
- I will use Gmail login for this demo.
- Just Right-Click on password field and click “Inspect” option from the pop-up list.
Quick Tip: You can press Ctrl+Shift+I to open it directly.
- After clicking that, a window will open either on right-side or downside of the screen.
- Then go to “Input#password” Column and there find type=”password” in above script.
- There replace string “password” with string “text” and hit enter.
- Then you can see your real password as English letters.
You’re all done with Revealing Passwords behind asterisks.
Meanwhile, if you want to undo this task and let that password restore as default as asterisks. Then Just go to Input#password column in “Inspect element” window and then replace that script code string “text” with “password” as default. And it will restore to default.
NOTE: This tutorial is for education purpose only, don’t misuse anyone’s credentials and personal information. We are not responsible for any issues regarding this.
If You Have Any Doubts and not getting how to show passwords hidden behind asterisks in Any login pages, Then Watch The Below explained tutorial for this guide.
Whereas the procedure is almost same in all Web browsers but in some browsers, the options will vary. So, make your path according to that options.
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