Finding the WiFi Password in Windows Using Command Prompt

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  1. admin

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    Finding the WiFi Password in Windows Using Command Prompt
    • First open the Command Prompt on your Windows PC by typing cmd in the Start Menu.
    • Now select Run as administrator by right-clicking on it.
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    • Once Command Prompt is opened, you need to type the following command in it(Replace fossbytes with your WiFi network name), and hit enter.
    <strong>netsh wlan show profile name=fossbytes key=clear</strong>

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    • After hitting Enter, you will see all the details including your wifi password as key content (as shown in the above picture).
    • In case you want a list of your previous WiFi connections, type this command:
    netsh wlan show profiles
     


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