from the doc: 'WASP will display all passwords of the currently logged in user that are stored in the Microsoft PWL file. It allows the convenient deletion of this file to improve the security / privacy of your PC. It is also very useful for educational purposes about computer security. Please note that this listing will contain (only) the stored passwords of the currently logged on user (= you!). Furthermore it can of course only contain the passwords that are actually stored in the PWL file. Since the PWL file is a Microsoft invention, these are largely passwords used by Microsoft products. For example, your dial-up password(s) or passwords stored by Internet Explorer are located in this file. Once the password file is analyzed ALL passwords that are found in this file are displayed in the text box in the 'Overview' tab. For some PWL files this can be a rather large list. Therefore in the next three tabs, the content of the PWL files is broken down into the categories 'Web only' (Passwords stored by Internet Explorer), Dial-up only (Stored dial-up passwords) and 'all others' (all passwords that do not belong to IE or the dial-up category). The PWL database has the main categories 'resource name' and 'resource password'. But a program may interpret these fields as it wants so 'resource name' may not be always a name and 'resource password' may be not be always a password. The maximum number of entries in a PWL file is 255.'
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