Private Eye Screenshots

The first image below is of the main Private Eye window showing a text entry from the Protected Storage. In this case, the entry shows the user name and password - not any real ones - entered into a test web page.


Private Eye exposing a text entry from Protected Storage


The following image also shows the main Private Eye window, but this time displaying binary data in the Protected Storage. The binary data is shown in the right-hand window in two formats: as hexadecimal data (a compact representation of binary data) and, where possible, as text characters. [Note that a "." is displayed if the character in that position is not a "printable" character.]


Private Eye displaying binary data from Protected Storage


The following image shows the Private Eye About dialog for the free - unregistered - edition of Private Eye. The About dialog in the registered edition displays the registered user name and license key.


Private Eye About dialog