Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, sometimes the thought of having to remember your password can be frustrating, as a result we do all types of things to bring convenience. In my case I stored it in the browser for one part of the site but could not remember it for the other. So what did I do?
I opened the page for which my password was stored, similar to shown below.
Next, I loaded Burp, enabled its listen proxy and configured my browser to use the local proxy which is now listening on 127.0.0.1 as shown below.
Burp listening proxy enabled
Firefox proxy configuration
Now that the proxy is listening and my browser is configured, time to access the website where my password is currently stored. In trying to access the site, the first thing that occurs is a certificate error.
Once I acknowledge the error, my authentication attempt was sent to Burp as shown below.
Next step is to send the password to the "Decoder"
Next I navigate to the "Decoder" tab and "Decode as" URL
That's it!! I recovered my password without having to change it.