Mailbird Password Decryptor is the FREE software
to instantly recover your lost or forgotten email passwords from Mailbird
- one of the top 10 email client.
Mailbird stores all your configured mail
account passwords in the local database store file in an encrypted format. This software
helps in automatically discovering & recovering all your stored
It comes with simple Instaler that helps you to install it locally
on your system for regular usage. It has intuitive setup wizard which guides you through series of steps
in completion of installation.
At any point of time, you can uninstall the product using the
Uninstaller located at following location (by default)
Mailbird Password Decryptor easy to use with its simple GUI interface.
For advanced users & Penetration testers, it also comes with command
Here are the brief usage details for both GUI and command line version.
Launch Mailbird Password Decryptor on your system after
Next click on 'Start Recovery'
button. Instantly all your email passswords will be recovered & displayed as shown in screenshot 1
You can also manually select Maiilbird account file (store.db) by dragging & dropping or selecting from file browser button. And click on Start Recovery to recover the passwords.
Finally you can save all recovered password list to HTML/CSV file by clicking on 'Export' button and then select the type
of file from the drop down box of 'Save File Dialog'.
Screenshot: Mailbird Password Decryptor is showing the recovered mail account passwords.
Version 3.0 : 23rd May 2020
New enhanced version to recover Mailbird passwords.
Version 2.0 : 18th Feb 2020
Mega 2020 edition with support for recovering passwords from latest Mailbird software. Also fixed the closing issue on pass recovery.
Version 1.0 : 29th Jan 2019
First public release of Mailbird Password Decryptor
Mailbird Password Decryptor is not a hacking tool as it can recover only
your stored passwords. It cannot recover the passwords for other users unless you have right credentials. Like any tool its use either good or bad, depends upon the user who uses it. However Author or SecurityXploded is not responsible for any damage caused due to misuse of this tool.