Recover Deleted Firefox 3.5 History with Firefox History Recover

Firefox History

Firefox History can be very helpful when you have forgotten the website address but most of the users tend to delete history to speedup Firefox startup and once you have deleted Firefox history then there is no way to recover it.

The need of recovering deleted history may not be frequent but if you really need to recover deleted history then Firefox 3 History Recovery (ff3hr) come handy in such cases. Firefox 3 History Recover is forensic tool to recover deleted history records from Firefox 3.

Firefox browser uses various SQLite databases to store the history, and this tool can search and recover records from four different tables in whole disk image and ff3hr uses firefox sqlite database to recover deleted history.

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Firefox 3 Recover Deleted History

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6 thoughts on “Recover Deleted Firefox 3.5 History with Firefox History Recover”

  1. I think there is one more similar add-on which stores Sessions for the firefox use and you can restore the sessions in order to retrieve the browing history.

  2. Ok, I am apparently extremely ignorant on the use of this program. I can not figure it out. Can anyone assist? I have tried many different executable commands from the dir source I opened the program from. I really need step by step instructions, which I can not find. Can anyone help me? Thanks!

  3. i cant seem to open the file i downloaded.
    it pops out for 1second, next second it’s closed.
    what should i do?

  4. You do not run the .exe by double clicking, you have to run it from command promp. Simply open cmd and then drag the app into the cmd window. Right now my issue is finding where it’s saving the file.

  5. HI,
    Ive tried tot run this but it asks for an input file… which file should I input into this?
    The logical thing seems to me to be the history.dat file, but since that was deleted, I am unsure which file to use.

    Sorry for my noobness in this matter.

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