Internet security has become a widely known problem long ago. Everywhere in the Interenet you can hear about it. Naturally, it is great to feel safe and secure while surfing the Net. When you are entering your password on most sites, you can see only asterisk signs in the password field. This feature is intended to protect your passwords from viewing by other people; but sometimes it becomes a trouble rather than help. Let's say you are using a computer at home and no one can take a peek over your shoulder. You entered your password several times, then checked the "remember my login and password" checkbox and finally forgot your password. Then unexpectedly your computer crashes or you need to re-type that password for some reason, but you don't remember it. What should you have done to prevent forgetting your password? The answer is clear - you should have downloaded Password Spectator from www.refog.com and installed it long ago.
This great software lets you "see" what is behind the asterisks, so you can see your actual password when you need it. The software comes in two versions - Lite and Pro. Password Spectator Lite is a freeware program and works only for websites if you have Internet Explorer 5.0 or above. Password Spectator Pro works both with Internet sites and with software applications that require entering passwords.
This software works with the overwhelming majority of applications; the only exception are the programs that actually "store" asterisks behind the asterisks. Luckily, Password Spectator Pro is sold on a try-before-you-buy basis, which means you don't pay in advance. Instead you are given a substantial period of time to try and test the software to make sure it is the application you've been looking for. Resellers, bulk buyers and corporations purchasing multiple licenses get substantial discounts.