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EncryptedRegView v1.03 32bit
EncryptedRegView v1.03 32bit EncryptedRegView is a tool for Windows that scans the Registry of your current running system or the Registry of external hard drive you choose and searches for data encrypted with DPAPI (Data Protection API). When it finds encrypted data in the Registry, it tries to decrypt it and displays the decrypted data in the main window of EncryptedRegView. With this tool, you may find passwords and other secret data stored in the Registry by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed another bug of skipping Registry keys when scanning files on external drive. Start Using EncryptedRegView EncryptedRegView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - EncryptedRegView.exe After running it, the 'Advanced Options' window is opened and allows you to choose the settings of the Registry scan. By default, EncryptedRegView offers you to scan the Registry of your current running system and current user, without elevation (Run As Administrator). If you check the 'Run as administrator to decrypt system protected data' option, EncryptedRegView will be executed as Administrator (elevation) and then it might be able to decrypt system protected data that cannot be decrypted with normal user privilege. After pressing the 'OK' button, EncryptedRegView starts to scan the Registry and searches for DPAPI-encrypted data. When it finds encrypted data, it tries to decrypt it. If EncryptedRegView successfully decrypts the data, a new item is added to the upper pane with 'Succeeded' in the 'Decryption Result' column and green icon. You can look at the entire decrypted information as ...
5/5 790 Nov 01, 2017
Nir Sofer
EncryptedRegView v1.03 64bit
EncryptedRegView v1.03 64bit EncryptedRegView is a tool for Windows that scans the Registry of your current running system or the Registry of external hard drive you choose and searches for data encrypted with DPAPI (Data Protection API). When it finds encrypted data in the Registry, it tries to decrypt it and displays the decrypted data in the main window of EncryptedRegView. With this tool, you may find passwords and other secret data stored in the Registry by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed another bug of skipping Registry keys when scanning files on external drive. Start Using EncryptedRegView EncryptedRegView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - EncryptedRegView.exe After running it, the 'Advanced Options' window is opened and allows you to choose the settings of the Registry scan. By default, EncryptedRegView offers you to scan the Registry of your current running system and current user, without elevation (Run As Administrator). If you check the 'Run as administrator to decrypt system protected data' option, EncryptedRegView will be executed as Administrator (elevation) and then it might be able to decrypt system protected data that cannot be decrypted with normal user privilege. After pressing the 'OK' button, EncryptedRegView starts to scan the Registry and searches for DPAPI-encrypted data. When it finds encrypted data, it tries to decrypt it. If EncryptedRegView successfully decrypts the data, a new item is added to the upper pane with 'Succeeded' in the 'Decryption Result' column and green icon. You can look at the entire decrypted information as ...
5/5 813 Nov 01, 2017
Nir Sofer
OfflineRegistryFinder v1.03 32bit
OfflineRegistryFinder v1.03 32bit OfflineRegistryFinder is a tool for Windows that allows you to scan Registry files from external drive and find the desired Registry keys/values/data according to the search criteria you define. After OfflineRegistryFinder displays the search result, you can easily select one or more items and then export them into a .reg file that can be used to import in the RegEdit tool of Windows. OfflineRegistryFinder can also be used for Registry scan of your running operating system. You simply have to create a Registry snapshot, and then scan this snapshot with OfflineRegistryFinder. Searching in a Registry snapshot is usually much faster then searching in the Registry of running system. System Requirements This utility works with any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed bug: OfflineRegistryFinder generated .reg file incorrectly when the value names had '\' or '"' characters. Start Using OfflineRegistryFinder This utility doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - OfflineRegistryFinder.exe After running it, the 'Registry Search Options' window is displayed. You have to type the folders that contain the Registry files you want to scan (You can type up to 3 different folders), You can also choose a drive letter or shadow copy path in the top combo-box and then click the 'Automatic Fill' button to automatically detect and fill the correct paths of the Registry Files. choose the desired search criteria, and then click the ok button to start the search. After the search is finished, you can select one or more items and then generate a .reg file from them by using the 'Copy As .reg File' option (Ctrl+R) or the ...
5/5 440 Aug 31, 2018
Nir Sofer
OfflineRegistryFinder v1.03 64bit
OfflineRegistryFinder v1.03 64bit OfflineRegistryFinder is a tool for Windows that allows you to scan Registry files from external drive and find the desired Registry keys/values/data according to the search criteria you define. After OfflineRegistryFinder displays the search result, you can easily select one or more items and then export them into a .reg file that can be used to import in the RegEdit tool of Windows. OfflineRegistryFinder can also be used for Registry scan of your running operating system. You simply have to create a Registry snapshot, and then scan this snapshot with OfflineRegistryFinder. Searching in a Registry snapshot is usually much faster then searching in the Registry of running system. System Requirements This utility works with any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed bug: OfflineRegistryFinder generated .reg file incorrectly when the value names had '\' or '"' characters. Start Using OfflineRegistryFinder This utility doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - OfflineRegistryFinder.exe After running it, the 'Registry Search Options' window is displayed. You have to type the folders that contain the Registry files you want to scan (You can type up to 3 different folders), You can also choose a drive letter or shadow copy path in the top combo-box and then click the 'Automatic Fill' button to automatically detect and fill the correct paths of the Registry Files. choose the desired search criteria, and then click the ok button to start the search. After the search is finished, you can select one or more items and then generate a .reg file from them by using the 'Copy As .reg File' option (Ctrl+R) or the ...
5/5 455 Aug 31, 2018
Nir Sofer
   
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