How to Find Any WiFi Password (very easy)
How to Find the WiFi Password of a Past Connection Using CMD
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Open CMD with administrator permissions (as an admin) on the connected device.
- PressWin+Ror go to your search bar, typecmd, right click and then selectRun as administrator. Using this option requires being on the admin account on the device or at least having the admin password.
Typenetsh wlan show profilesto get a list of networks.
- This command returns a list of networks that the device has previously connected to.
Choose the WiFi profile you’d like to get the password of.
Type "netsh wlan show profiles (profile-name) key=clear".
- Replace with the name of the profile you’d like the password of (if the profile is two words long put quotes around the name). This command is what returns the password along with a lot of other info.
Find “Security Key” within the list.It's usually under the “Security settings” header.
- The password is either “Security Key” or “Key content”. If not visible re-check if the WiFi connection is a WPA,WPA2, or WEP; you can find that in the first set of information paired with “Type”. If it's not any of those types, then the WiFi password either varies based on user or has an extra set of protection blocking public access.
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