Xfire Password Decryptor : Free Xfire Password Recovery Software
Xfire Password Decryptor

Version: 3.0

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Xfire Password Decryptor is the FREE software to instantly recover login passwords from Xfire Gaming Messenger.

Xfire is a free tool that automatically keeps track of when and where gamers are playing games online with more than million members.

Xfire eliminates the hassles of running multiple programs like IRC, instant messengers to keep track of their friends. Xfire Password Decryptor helps in quickly recovering all the stored passwords by Xfire.


You can copy the configuration file (Xfireuser.ini) from the compromised system to local system and then use it to recover all the passwords at your ease.

It is very easy to use and useful for penetration testers as well as forensic investigrators.

Xfire Password Decryptor works on most of the Windows platforms starting from Windows XP to latest operating system, Windows 10.

  • Instantly decrypt and recover stored login passwords from Xfire
  • Recover passwords from local as well as remote system
  • Recover password of any length and complexity
  • Save the recovered password list to HTML/XML/TEXT/CSV file
  • Easier and faster to use with its user friendly GUI interface
  • Support for local Installation and uninstallation of the software
Installation & Uninstallation
It comes with simple Instaler that helps you to install it locally on your system for regular usage. It has intuitive setup wizard which guides you through series of steps in completion of installation.
At any point of time, you can uninstall the product using the Uninstaller located at following location (by default)
[Windows 32 bit]
C:\Program Files\SecurityXploded\XfirePasswordDecryptor

[Windows 64 bit]
C:\Program Files (x86)\SecurityXploded\XfirePasswordDecryptor
How to use?
Xfire Password Decryptor is easy to use with its simple GUI interface. 
Here are the brief usage details
  • Launch XfirePasswordDecryptor on your system after the installation.
  • Select the 'Xfire Settings' file (XfireUser.ini). Typically found at 'C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Xfire'. (Vista/Win7)
  • Next click on 'Start Recovery' button. Instantly all the stored Xfire passwords will be recovered & displayed as shown in screenshot 1 below.
  • Finally you can save all recovered password list to HTML/XML/Text/CSV file by clicking on 'Export' button and then select the type of file from the drop down box of 'Save File Dialog'.
You can also copy the Xfire settings file (XfireUser.ini) file from remote system to your local system and then use XfirePasswordDecryptor to recover the passwords at your ease.

Note that Xfire stores only SHA1 hash of the password instead of original password.  Hence to recover original password, you need to follow 'SHA1 Hash Recovery' methods mentioned below.

SHA1 Hash Recovery Methods
Xfire does not store the password directly. Instead it stores the encrypted SHA1 hash (enc(SHA1(password))) of the password to keep it more secure. In fact Xfire computes SHA1 hash of username+password+"UltimateArena" [ i.e SHA1(<username><password>UltimateArena) ].

Xfire Password Decryptor decrypts the encryption layer around the password hash and gives you SHA1 hash of the password. Now to get back the original password from this recovered SHA1 hash you can use following techniques

Online SHA1 Hash Recovery
Here are some of good links for FREE online SHA1 hash password recovery. You can submit recovered SHA1 hash from XfirePasswordDecryptor and get the original password
Dictionary/Bruteforce SHA1 Hash Recovery
As the original hash input text is very long (username+password+UltimateArena), it is difficult to get recover the password from above Online Hash recovery technique. In such cases you can try our Dictionary based Hash Kracker tool.
Custom Bruteforce Operation
If you can play with scripts then you can tweak this "SHA1 Cracker script" to try out custom Xfire password recovery operation (username+password+UltimateArena). If you have succeeded then you can publish your script here so that others find it userful.
Screenshot 1: Xfire Password Decryptor is showing the recovered Xfire login passwords.
XfirePasswordDecryptor showing recovered passwords
Screenshot 2:  Report of recovered Xfire passwords in HTML format.
Exported IM Accounts to HTML
Release History
Version 3.0:  22nd Mar 2017
Major 2017 edition with support for recovering passwords from Xfire Messenger on Windows 10. Also includes new Installer.
Version 2.5:  7th May 2104
New feature to create password recovery report in CSV (Comma-Seperated Values) File Format. Also includes improved GUI changes.
Version 2.0:  9th Apr 2013
Support for quick Drag & Drop XFire Settings file. Fix for refresh screen bug and version changes.
Version 1.5:  16th Aug 2012
Support for generating password recovery report in XML/TEXT format. Improved user interface with new banner.
Version 1.0 :  25th Apr 2011
First public release of XfirePasswordDecryptor
Special Thanks to "Luigi Auriemma" fo for his original work on XFire password decryption. We have just made it more beautiful for all those Xfire fans!
XfirePasswordDecryptor is not a hacking tool as it can recover only your stored passwords. It cannot recover the passwords for other users unless you have right credentials.

Like any tool its use either good or bad, depends upon the user who uses it. However Author or SecurityXploded is not responsible for any damage caused due to misuse of this tool.

Read complete License & Disclaimer terms here.

FREE Download Xfire Password Decryptor v3.0

License  : Freeware
Platform : Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10


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