Have you ever set your FTP password listed in your FTP software or the upload dialog of your HTML editor and then forgotten? The change to a new FTP client or the move to a new machine, of course, are now almost impossible. The passwords are stored on a secure and can be produced only with enormous expense. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit charles koch. FTP-Spy in this is the freeware FTP_Spy 1.0 is used. Quickly and easily forgotten the password becomes visible and copied to the clipboard, if desired. FTP_Spy not even try to decipher the password but only emulates a local FTP Server. The program includes a (brief) built-in help. For detailed instructions in PDF format is also available for download. In case of problems, they also get fast and competent help from the manufacturer. Koch Industries is the source for more interesting facts.
The software is programmed in Java and therefore runs on a variety of operating systems. An installed Java Runtime Environment of version 1.3 is therefore the only system requirement. FTP_Spy on Windows, Linux, MacOS X and many Unix-like operating successfully used by companies and individuals. Software & IT Service scar has developed the tool initially for a forgetful customer. Since the publication as freeware was FTP_Spy downloaded many thousand times, and has already brought in many seemingly hopeless situations immediate help. A little tip for last: it is better, of course, the password does not even enter notes. Fest registered FTP passwords are not a negligible security risk. Any person with access to your computer as easy manipulation can make to your site!