A program to recover login and password information (stored locally) for most popular instant messengers: ICQ and ICQLite, AOL Instant Messenger and AIM Triton, AIM Pro, Yahoo! Messenger, Excite Messenger, MSN Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, Microsoft Office Communicator 2005, Google Talk, Trillian Astra, Odigo, AT&T IM Anywhere, T-Online Messenger, Match Messenger, Praize IM, ScreenFIRE, ACD Express Comunicator, Imici Messenger, Prodigy IM, PowWow Messenger, Jabber IM, Kellster IM, PalTalk, Indiatimes messenger, Miranda, Tiscali, Ya.com Messenger, Rediff Bol, Sify Buzz, Devil, Tencent QQ, QQ (Africa Version), &RQ, Ipswitch Instant Messenger, Eighth Wonder Catax, Simple Instant Messenger, Vista IM, GAIM, Global-IM, Psi Jabber client, Messenger2, Picasa Hello, iWon, Blowsearch, MessageMate, Meca Messenger, Qnext, Bubbler (Five Across), InterComm IM (Five Across), Easy Message, QIP Infium, Gizmo Project, MySpace IM, Exodus, Gadu-Gadu, Mail.Ru Agent, ScatterChat, Just Another Jabber Client, Maple Messenger, Pandion, IMVITE Messenger, Oyco Messenger, Imeem, IMVU, Gajim, Ipswitch IM, Pidgin, ooVoo, Digsby, qutIM, MDC, Wippien, BigAnt and others.
A few modern instant messengers, such as ICQ version 6 and higher, Yahoo! IM version 7.5 and up, and all versions of Skype, never store password information anywhere. Instead, they perform a one-way transformation of a password, creating a secure hash that is used to authenticate users with IM servers.
Instead of performing lengthy attacks on these passwords, Advanced Instant Messengers Password Recovery offers an ability to back up and restore such passwords, effectively allowing transferring IM accounts and settings from one PC to another without knowing the original password.
With the purchase of a Home License, the Licensee may operate the Product as set forth in the Agreement for non-commercial purposes in a non-business or non-commercial environment. Use of the Product in a corporate, governmental or business environment requires the purchase of a business license.