Password storage types
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Typically, Microsoft Outlook Express stores all passwords (in encrypted form) in the Protected Storage subsystem, in other Registry areas, or in special credentials files oh nard disk). However, some old versions can store account passwords in a plain (unencrypted) form, or encrypted with weak algorithm (logical XOR operation). In some cases, EINPB can show wrong passwords, for example if your system Registry is damaged, or you do not have enough rights (permissions) to access some keys in Registry, or Protected Storage subsystem is not installed on your computer. Displaying of Password Storage Types will help you to identify why some passwords are displayed incorrectly. Here is a brief description of Password Storage Types:
If Storage Type is "UN", "ER" or "NR", please send your debug log (see Options) to ElcomSoft technical support.
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