Description: This article is mainly about the aol login, which shows you the advanced password Retriever or APR for bronze edition. The author is going to show you the retrieval of an aim instant messenger account password through the software.
This is James Chronic, head of the technical support department at www.hack4sale.com, this article is about our advanced password Retriever or APR for short bronze edition, we are going to demonstrate the retrieval of an aim instant messenger account password through our software.
Firstly we will start the APR software, our target today is Anna Seder, as you can see the user interface is intuitive, even a complete novice computer user with no advanced computer skills can use this, the design is simple, there are three tabs, each tab is for a different account type.
For instance we are interested in retrieving the login credentials of an aim instant messenger account, aim falls under the instant messenger tab, if we are looking for a Gmail or Yahoo email account, all we have to do is to click on the email tab.
Now we are in the instant messenger tab, we are going to select the aim service provider from the drop down box, we’ll need the user’s aim which is annotator, we’ll type that into the username box, what the APR does is to connect to the service providers database using undetected techniques.
The service provider is aim, so the APR will connect to the aim user database, detect the user information in question, extract the encrypted password and then finally decrypt yielding us with a plain text unchanged user password that can be used to login to the account.
This is very important because it extracts the unchanged account password, a password which is different from the one set by the account owner would result in him or her getting locked out of his or her account limiting the actual usefulness of having access to the account because no new information would be added by the user.
No password phishing is involved in the password extraction process as you will see for yourself meaning that there is no possible way for the user to detect this intrusion in his or her account, let’s get started with the next process.
We are going to click the Go button that will extract the password, now the APR is connecting to aim detecting the user and extracting the information, this process requires on average about 25 to 50 seconds depending on your service provider.
The password has been successfully retrieved and the results of the extraction are displayed here in the status area, let’s try out this count information by logging into the user’s aim account, I successfully log in, I’d like to mention a few things before ending this demonstration.
Our APR, advanced password retriever is available for purchase on our website, we offer a 100% free trial for those of you who would like to first try it out prior to making a purchase, our software comes in four editions, bronze, silver, gold and platinum.
For this demonstration we use the bronze edition, it is 100% compatible with both windows-based PCs and Macintosh operating systems, don’t forget about our 100% money back guarantee, if at any time you are less than satisfied, please notify us within a month of purchasing our software to receive a full and unconditional refund, that’s our promise and your privilege, thank you for reading, be sure to visit our web site at www.hack4sale.com.