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Tutorial How to find your WiFi Password using CMD.

Discussion in 'Images Tutorials' started by causez, Jun 30, 2017.

  1. causez

    causez Member Registered

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    Every time we connect to the Internet, a profile for that network is created. That profile is stored in the computer used, with all network details, including the password.
    Instead of trying to search for the password through various softwares that most often require to be paid, we can use CMD.

    Steps:
    1. Run as administrator the CMD (command prompt).

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    2. In this step we need to find out the details stored on PC that I have mentioned above (about the network). This command will show you all the internet networks you've ever connected to.
    So, you need to write: netsh wlan show profile

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    3. Now write this to see password of any network: netsh wlan show profile WiFi-name key=clear

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    I have blurred my newtork connections for personal reasons.
     

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