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How to find wifi password with command prompt

This is a trick to find wifi password from any computer without any software.

To find the password which are saved in computer we use command prompt.To find the password

follow these steps

  1. Open command prompt and type the following commands.
  2. netsh wlan show profiles  (then enter) then you see the screen like this cmd1  hare you see the wifi which password are saved in computer,then select any wifi like we select “aaaaaa” then type next command.
  3. netsh wlan show profiles aaaaaa (then enter) now you see the following screen  cmd2     hare you see security key value which is present so now we move to next step type next command,
  4. netsh wlan show profiles aaaaaa key=clear   (then enter) now you see the following screen with passwordcmd3now hare you see the password of “aaaaaa” which is under line in picture,so you can see password from any computer by just typed these three commands

in next post we know how to find password by using software

if you have any question comment below

thanks for reading.


Updated: January 28, 2019 — 4:03 am


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  1. It’s really working thanks makhan

  2. hlo makhan
    eh work ni krda yr
    wifi da name ch space a “Apna wifi”
    kar kuj

    1. ok batth
      i will solve it shortly
      read my next post to see the the solution.

  3. Only works if we save password……

    1. yes it is used to find the passwords which are saved in computer
      wait for new posts
      where I introduced you about another method to find the password which is not saved in computer previously

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