Unmask Hidden Password Fields
By on April 11th, 2009

In the past we had told you about a tool to recover passwords for desktop softwares by unmasking them, however if you are using , we came across a interesting script that will allow you to unmask the password fields and display it as plain text when you mouse over them.

This could be pretty useful when you want to verify that you have typed in the correct password before actually hitting the login messages.

unmaskpasswords

Once you have installed the Greasemonkey script, you can unmask password by moving your mouse over the password field, removing the mouse from the password field will mask the password again.

Download Mouse Over Password Userscript

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