Extract the user's cached passwords and websites using the information provided in [this article]. I don't care if you do the actual extraction in C++, but I need everything to build in Visual Studio 2008 and I need the information delivered to a C# class. So what I need someone to build is a C# wrapper for whatever extracts the passwords stored in the IE browser cache so that I can then manage those passwords more securely for the customer. This is so that I can manage these passwords for the user from there as part of another utility.
There are code examples for various parts of this, I just want someone to put it together for me into a wrapper that is very easy for me to consume.
Your code must be well documented and explained by the comments within the code. Try to use descriptive variable names wherever possible. If you are using someone else's code, make sure it is not under copywrite or that the copywrite does not prohibit its use, but also make sure that you can explain how the code works by commenting it and renaming variables to be meaningful.
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