axiom41

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  1. Hey there. It's not that hard to extract data in a more readable way. First, save the HTML page source in a new file, and name it the way you want, e.g, mypasskeeper.html Then open this new file with a text editor (i like Notepad++, but it's your own choice) and make a massive replacement of all the strings <input type="password" class="originpwd" name="password" readonly value=" (they are the strings preceding each password value; be sure to include the last double quotes) with nothing. Save the file after the replacement above and open it with Excel: you will see a block of cells with headers like "Title", "Account", "Password", "URL" and "Delete", the same in the Passkeeper table, followed by rows with your sites, userIds and passwords. Be careful that in each password there will be 2 more characters at the end, i.e. ">, that have to be removed to get the actual password Finally, remove from the top and the bottom, all rows other than those related to your password table and re-save the "cleaned" html file. Quick & dirty...
  2. Without an export option in Passkeeper, i found a simple workaround to retrieve and save all passwords stored for your Maxthon account. A minimum HTML knowledge is necessary to understand displayed information, and instructions to offline processing of retrieved information is not provided. Be very careful, since saving passwords on a plain file is not safe!!! From http://www.maxthon.com website, click on "My U+" menu on top, or directly go to https://www.uu.me Login with your Maxthon account. You should be now in your "Maxthon U+" web page: click on "Passkeeper" on top menu (password will be asked again). You will now see a web page with the list of all your accounts and passwords (don't worry if they look "masked" by dots). This is NOT the Passkeeper tool embedded in Maxthon browser, but an ordinary/plain/unprotected web page with the same data. With your browser, now right-click anywhere in the page and select "View page source" or anything similar, depending on the browser (this can be copied/pasted in a text editor or saved as plain HTML file for your own purposes, including offline processing in a more readable way, e.g. in an Excel file). The HTML code is then shown, and there you can search for a line with this tag: <table class="table table-mmds table-sort table-sort-search table-sort-show-search-count"> This is the beginning of the entire list of your accounts & password: for each list entry, you can easily see 4 "blocks of code": a. the <td> tag for the table cell with the name of the site and the link to show details ('<a href="fav.html?m=see&unid=...') b. the <td> tag for the table cell containing the Account name for the site ('<td class="caname search-item">...') c. the <td> tag for the table cell containing the password for the account ('<td class="pwd-item capassword"><input type="password" class="originpwd" name="password" readonly value="PASSWORD">...') [yes!!! That is your password for the site, fully readable!!!] d. the <td> tag for the table cell with the web address of the site ('<td class="orgin-item search-item caurl"><span>...') Check it out!!! Just concerned about Maxthon security, if an unprotected web page can be generated and saved in such an easy way...
  3. Yes, i did try both utilities, "MX Flash Updater_1.07.exe" and "Mx_En_Updater.exe", always as administrator (and i did read the 7twenty's post about that!) No update is performed by any of the 2 utilities, so Flash version installed and used by Maxthon is always 27.0.0.187 of Flash, while Adobe's current release is 29.0.0.171, that is installed in my pc)... In next image, the content of Maxthon section in my registry: nothing changed after the "updaters": In next 2 Images , the messages from each one of the 2 "updaters", but they didn't update anything. When i say "everything", it is everything ... Finally: No one explained yet why the message started to appear only in the last versions from beta 5.2.3.500 (this topic was opened on that one) to current 5.2.3.1000 No one explained why the issue does not occur in "guest" mode (i.e. logging out from account) Topic "Adobe Flash and Maxthon" referenced by 7twenty seems quite old (January 2017): in latest Maxthon there isn't any "Allow all sites to run plug-ins" option to enable in Settings > Advanced (it was in Maxthon 4.9.x); maybe also the "updaters" were made for Maxthon 4.9, but there is no release date for both of them: maybe they need to be adjusted for MX5 "Instructions" to solve the issue, until latest 7twenty's famous post have been very obscure and unclear (extensions to remove, download and manual replacement of dll files, deletion of files/folders, deletion of registry keys, MX5 reinstallation, etc) As Magdalene said, "You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink", but it's not always related to users, sometimes also to software programmers/testers: their software is always perfect to them Sorry for the long post, but it sure will be my last one.
  4. @BugSir006 Hello and thanks for your reply. I tried everything, really everything and nothing worked... I think i will move to another, more reliable, browser instead, at least for a while.
  5. There's still something wrong... i searched through the registry and only found HKCU\Software\Maxthon5\Flash containing a single entry "27.0.0.187" (i think related to Flash version) of REG_SZ type and value %AppData%\Roaming\Maxthon5\Temp\Flash\pepflashplayer.dll. I deleted that entire Flash folder and retried Flash installation from browser when asked. It said installation was successful, but after restarting MX5 the plugin installation request is still there. I also re-checked the registry and the same entry in HKCU\Software\Maxthon5\Flash was recreated with exactly the same values BTW, Flash currently distributed by Adobe, and installed on my pc for all browser types, is 29.0.0.171: why MX5 is always installing the older 27.0.0.187? No way to sort this thing out, it seems
  6. Unfortunately it's not correct: i completely removed Maxthon to reinstall it, and Maxthon folder was completely deleted from "C:\Program Files (x86)\" after that. Then installation pane, with "Advanced" option, only proposes "C:\Program Files (x86)\Maxthon5\" that recreates the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Maxthon5\" main folder and then, automatically and silently, a subfolder in it related to version, i.e. 5.2.2.1000 in any case. Have you tried a fresh installation at all, to see what happens and the bug related to persistent request to install the Flash plugin?
  7. That "pepflashplayer.dll" file does not work at all... I also tried to completely remove Maxthon and reinstall it from scratch, without any change. Also noticed that it installs in subfolder named "5.2.2.1000", instead of the correct one, 5.2.3.1000... Unlucky release, it seems...
  8. Hello. Maxthon keeps asking to install the Flash Player also in the latest stable release (5.2.3.1000). I checked for the ICIBA extension but it's not installed, so i'd go for option 2, but what does actually mean "Delete all your local Flash file and reinstall when entering the website"? What is that mysterious "local Flash file"? Do i have to unistall the official Adobe Flash plugins for all kind of browsers? And what website are you talking about to reinstall when entered? It's not clear at all... Would it be possible to use the standard Flash plugin from Adobe instead of this unknown thing?
  9. I confirm the bug on Win10 x64