View the passwords stored by Opera Web browser with OperaPassView

OperaPassView is a new password recovery utility that decrypts the content of the Opera Web browser password file (wand.dat) and displays the list of all Web site passwords stored in this file. You can easily select one or more passwords in the OperaPassView window, and then copy the passwords list to the clipboard and save it into text/html/csv/xml file.

Currently, OperaPassView cannot decrypt the passwords if they encrypted with the master password. I'll possibly add support for master password in future versions.

For more information about OperaPassView, click here.

OperaPassView

OperaPassView

13 Responses to “View the passwords stored by Opera Web browser with OperaPassView”

  1. A.X.L. Pendergast Says:

    You are a pure genius! Thanks!

  2. Oliver Says:

    great tool ... thank you!

  3. lau Says:

    could you make URLs clickable?

  4. Dunkaz Says:

    Brilliant! just Brilliant ......... Thanks Nir.

  5. Jogusa Says:

    Wow, great tool man...
    You are the One!

    muchas gracias!

  6. Road_Hog Says:

    Easy, quick and perfect.

    Thank you.

  7. Dr Fleau Says:

    I usually don't like opening things like this. I'm really glad I did, though !
    Thank you so much.

  8. Pizzapops Says:

    Just switched to Norton 360 from Kaspersky. Norton says that OperaPassView is a trojan and deleted several copies from my computer.

  9. j58 Says:

    Great tool. I use Opera for managing my e-mail. Have some old accounts where I can't remember the passwords. Will there be support for Opera cached e-mail account passwords in near future? Thanks.

  10. Pushkar H Joshi Says:

    +1 for j58's request...

    my gmail account is working fine with opera mail i forgot to use web mail long ago so i forgot pasword how to extract pass saved opera mail client.. ?

  11. mrfalli Says:

    Great tool, I love it. THX!

    But how to export and import a password list into KeePass?
    It doesn't work for me. It says it isn't a kind of KeePass file or file should be corrupt.

  12. RO Says:

    There is way that doesn't need to install any software, just use embedded Opera capabilities: http://ogolikhin.blogspot.com/2012/09/opera-stored-password-no-additional.html

  13. alan Says:

    Any suggestions? Doesn't work for me on Opera Next (64)

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