They Called it Project X. It was an unusually audacious, highly sensitive assignment: to build a massive skyscraper, capable of withstanding an atomic blast, in the middle of New York City. It would have no windows, 29 floors with three basement levels, and enough food to last 1,500 people two weeks in the event of a catastrophe.
But the building’s primary purpose would not be to protect humans from toxic radiation amid nuclear war. Rather, the fortified skyscraper would safeguard powerful computers, cables, and switchboards. It would house one of the most important telecommunications hubs in the United States — the world’s largest center for processing long-distance phone calls, operated by the New York Telephone Company, a subsidiary of AT&T.
Read more: https://theintercept.com/2016/11/16/the-nsas-spy-hub-in-new-york-hidden-in-plain-sight/
We are all often told to try and stay security conscious online or when using applications that require secure access, and passwords is one of the most important parts of creating a more secure environment for yourself. It’s not unusual to end up with different login details for every site and program that needs it which is the most secure way. This is especially important when there are multiple users on the same machine as using a single password for everything could give someone access to your personal information very easily.
With the possibility of so many different passwords to remember, it could become quite a nightmare trying to log into a website, email program or instant messenger etc, if it wasn’t for the ability to save them on your PC so you don’t have to remember them. These days, most browsers offer to store your login details for you, and there are some great dedicated managers around to centralize all your passwords such as Lastpass which makes filling in forms and logins even easier. Most applications will also store your password, but often it’s still hidden behind asterisks in the programs settings. If the password is saved and stored behind asterisks or bullets, you can easily use a tool and hopefully show the password hidden underneath. Here’s 6 different ways to try and get to the password under the asterisks in your applications and on websites. It might only save you a few seconds over digging into the program or browsers settings, or it might mean you don’t have to reset your passwords online because the program won’t tell you what your password is.
Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/easily-show-the-contents-of-password-fields/view-all/
Passwords in web browsers are always hidden behind bullets or asterisks, which is fine when you know the password, but if you can’t remember and it’s being filled in automatically, you have to dig into the options of the browser or utility to find out what it is. This method was tested successfully on the latest Chrome, Opera and Firefox browsers.
Assuming you’re on a webpage with a hidden password, double click on the password to highlight it, then right click on it and select ‘Inspect element’. In newer versions of Firefox you will also need to then click on the Markup Panel button located at the bottom left to view the html content (Alt+M).
Once you are viewing the html content for the page, the line for the password input should already be highlighted, as shown below. Look on that line for the value type=”password”. Double click on ‘password’, delete it and then press Enter. Look back to the login details and your password will be revealed.
This trick is also quite useful if you have very long passwords and often enter them manually and would like to see what you’re typing in to avoid the dreaded “password incorrect” mistakes.
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