How to Find WiFi password of all Network using Command prompt?
Our system is connected with Different WiFi in different location. in Our office there is different WiFi, In-House it's different and in a Public, it's different. We can't remember these all WiFi passwords - So how about if we want to connect another device to the same WiFi Network that we are using in our system and we didn't know what the password is??
Well, there are many options to find the WiFi password of connected Networks but the option that we prefer is to "using Command Prompt". It is very easy to find WiFi password using few cmd commands. these commands work even if we are offline or we are connected to another WiFi network. Follow the given steps to find your WiFi passwords and enjoy your learning with InfoBrother.
Open Command prompt:
We can open command prompt or CMD using two ways:
1 » Click the window icon or press window key. search for cmd or command prompt and run it as Administration.
2 » Press Window key + R , A dialog box will open, type cmd in text area to open the command prompt. type cmd and press enter.
Show Network Profiles:
Whenever we connect to WiFi Network we actually make a WLAN profile of that WiFi network and stored it in our System along with it's required details. Type the following command in command prompt and press enter.
netsh wlan show profile
Above command will list all the WiFi networks profiles that we have ever connected to. In my case, i have connected with three WiFi networks.
Show Network Key:
Using above step, we found three WiFi profiles stored in My system. Now let's find the password for "XperiaZ2" WiFi Network. write the following command in command prompt and press enter.
netsh wlan show profile PROFILE-NAME key=clear
In above command, replace the PROFILE-NAME with the WiFi name for which you want to know the WiFi password. Just under the security settings, In the Key content you will see the WiFi Password of that particular Network.