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I have an old MacBook 10 . 4 . 11 and am using Safari 4.1
3. I recently lost my Yahoo email account that was connected to various sites that i use. I have forgotten my passwords for some of these sites as i have not used them recently. Is there any way of extracting the data from my hardrive to obtain the passwords for these websites?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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go to key chain access and you will see them in there. Press get info and then hit show password.
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Thanks Guys,

i have already tried that but the web pages that i need are not there. Any other suggestions?
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