If you happen to be a web administrator then you are quite likely to use an FTP application on a daily basis. Programs like Cute FTP and FTP Navigators are typically used to upload files and folders onto a web server and many of these tools come with a host of features. While you can store your passwords in a FTP program, you may just lose them when you upgrade your application or encounter a system crash. During such a tricky situation you can call upon the SpotFTP Password Recover 2.4.6 to discover the lost passwords stored in your system.
Given the fact that the SpotFTP Password Recover 2.4.6 focuses on recovering the lost passwords without creating a fuss, it sports a minimalistic design. The tool is capable of digging out passwords from a host of applications including FileZilla, FTP Commander along with the likes of CoffeCup FTP and FTP Now. It incidentally is rather effortless to use given its basic GUI based operations. The tool comes with round the clock support from its publishers and the license is available at a one time cost. The program barely tasks your system resources and works on most Windows iterations without breaking a sweat. One of the most interesting facets of the program is its prowess to dig out the passwords once stored in an FTP program, even if the said application has been uninstalled. The application searches the entire system for FTP applications and lists out all the logins and passwords in a sequential manner.
Owing to its overall finesse in recovering the lost FTP passwords in quick time and its ease of use, we mark the SpotFTP Password Recover 2.4.6 with a score of three rating stars. Professionals such as web developers should definitely give the tool a close look.