> I wonder how IE do to make the NTLM authentication without asking
> the user password. This would probably be interesting to implement
> in HTTP client component.
Windows keeps some passwords in memory once they have been entered, and
others are read from a hidden part of the registry
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System Provider
and can be read using the protected storage COM object pstorec.dll.
Various password 'recovery' utilities using protected storage are at:
Network Password Recovery lists all network passwords saved, another
tools read RAS passwords, and specifically Protected Storage PassView
reads all the MSIE passwords (and Outlook and MSN).
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