Find Wi-Fi password with Command Prompt

In case you can't remember your wireless network password, there are ways to find it. You can do this through your router settings, but also through the command line.


Since navigating the router settings can sometimes be quite difficult through the GUI, below we will see how you can find the WiFi password of a specific WiFi network using CMD.

Step 1: Open the command line as an administrator (search for CMD and in the results that will appear, right click on the black icon "run with administrator rights")

Step 2: In the next step, we will find out which profiles are stored on our computer. Type the following command in cmd:
netsh wlan show profiles

Step 3: The WiFi networks you are connected to will be displayed. Find your network name and type the following command to see the password:
netsh wlan show profiles WiFi-name key = clear

where he writes WiFi-name you should write the name of the network you are interested in

In the results you will see the password under security settings where it says Key Content. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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