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A glaring security hole in Microsoft Windows allows anyone access the passwords hidden behind asterisks (****) or dots (●●●). As the Government Computer News magazine reported in September 2004. “Just drag the SeePassword magnifier over the asterisks in any password field to reveal the true characters." - See complete information at As a result hackers can access passwords from remote computers connected to the Internet. Most Internet users believe that such passwords are secure and it comes as shock to them that criminals or terrorists can easily hijack their identity or access their bank accounts or other sensitive information. Microsoft refuses to fix the problem so download and run our AsteRisks © software to erase all stored passwords from cache memory of your Internet Explorer.


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