WebBrowserPassView is a tiny portable tool which displays the passwords stored by Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari.
Launch the program and it immediately begins looking for logons. Be patient, there's a lot of scanning and checking to do, and it can take some time (more than a minute on our test PC) but eventually the results appear.
Every logon is listed in the usual NirSoft table, along with all its details: the URL, browser, user name, password, password strength (not very accurate in our tests), created time, modified time and more.
Double-clicking a column header sorts by that field, and right-clicking displays options to save some or all of the passwords to a text report.
WebBrowserPassView can only display logons that are stored by the browser (not a password manager), and aren't encrypted by a master password. And in our tests it didn't even display all of those.
The program can still be useful, though, if only as a warning of possible security leaks. What might someone be able to find out, if they had access to your computer for a couple of minutes? Run the program and see for yourself.