Yes the password for facebook is stored in Mozilla cookie. Also I have one stored in Chrome. But I think I'm doing something wrong. Once the Password Extractor boots up, there's no option to load the files located in 'Entries' folder. FPE simply pops up an error "No authentication data for facebook accounts were found on this computer". Opening the encrypted entries with the "FPE" program hasn't helped either.
so i could use some help, i cant get access to either my old facebook or gmail. and unlike the above user i have a open and honest explanation. i just got outta jail, and the password i made two years ago high on drugs is something i havent the slightest hope of remembering. if anyone could help id be forever grateful
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When asked to re-enter your birth date, they only have a drop down for the year which goes back to 1956. Needless to say this is a problem for anyone born in 1955 or earlier. It seems to me that this is an effort by Facebook to hold onto a lot of accounts where people are deceased or simply are old and have forgotten their password. I suggest there are probably millions of old accounts out there that just help facebook gather more money from advertizers but which no longer represent anyone.
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