Find Wifi Password in Windows Using Windows Powershell

Hello Guys, First of all, welcome to my blog. Find wifi password This is my first post in which I am going to teach you how to find wifi password in windows using Windows Powershell. Isn’t this cool? 

Many of you already know to find the wifi password in a few click. Right guys …

PowerShell is an undertaking computerization and design administration framework from Microsoft, comprising of a command-line shell and related scripting dialect. At first, a Windows part just, known as Windows PowerShell, it was made open-source and cross-platform on 18 August 2016 with the presentation of PowerShell Core. The previous is based on .NET Framework while the last on .NET Core.

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step 1: Okay so, first of all, you need to open command prompt obviously. There is various way to open a command prompt.

First method: press windows key + R  . type PowerShell and press enter.

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Second method: Right click on start logo and click on Windows Powershell.

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Third method: Click on start and search Windows Powershell.

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Step 2:In PowerShell type cmd :

 netsh wlan show profiles

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It will show all the saved wifi. Now pick one wifi whose password you want to

I pick OpenWrt.

Step3: Type the following command to view properties of that wifi.

 netsh wlan show profile name=”wifiName”

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But it does not show password.

Step 4: To view password, we have to add another cmd

 netsh wlan show profile name=”wifiName” key=clear

then done. In security settings section and key content field, you can find helloword which is password. In this way, you can view the saved password of any wifi using Windows Powershell

If you have any questions please do let me know. I would be happy to answer your questions. Thank you…

See you on the other side. 🙂