How to reveal hidden password

How to Reveal Hidden Passwords (Asterisks) in Web Browsers
Remember the situation, signing into your account with just a single click because browser is saving all your passwords for you. We know this is convenient but since you’re not typing your passwords any-more, eventually you’ll forget your password in a few days. For security reasons, the password field in all browsers is masked with “asterisks” which won’t allow any third person (even you) to read the original typed password.

There is actually few workaround for revealing the original passwords behind the asterisk.

Reveal Passwords Behind Asterisks or Dots in Different Web Browsers:

Google Chrome:

Starting off with Google chrome, the easiest way to reveal the original passwords behind the asterisk is using inbuilt Inspect element feature in the browser.

You just need to right click on the password field in the browser where you will get an option “Inspect Element“.
After clicking on it, “Web Inspector” will open out and there you can see some code which is basically Html code and you just need to replace the “password” word with “text” word and it will reveal the words behind the asterisks.
Mozilla Firefox:

The Next most common browser is “Mozilla Firefox”.

The chrome’s “Web Inspector” trick is also applicable in Firefox.
Open a site that asks for login, right click on the password field in the browser where you will get an option “Inspect Element“. After clicking on it, “Web Inspector” will open out and there you can see some code which is basically Html code and you just need to replace the “password” word with “text” word and it will reveal the words behind the asterisks as shown in screenshot below.