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Wi-Fi passwords

In this article, we show how can you see the Wi-Fi passwords of the connected WiFi network via command prompt and it will be more useful for you in the case you forget the password or in Cybercafe.

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If you are using a router default password then it is very easy to remember those passwords, but nowadays modern routers forced.

How to Do it? – Wi-Fi passwords

We can do it simply by using the netsh command.

To launch Run press Windows +R and type cmd to trigger the command prompt.

Type Following Command in CMD. It will show you already Connected Interface.

netsh wlan show profiles 

To Clear the KEY, Type Following Command to the

netsh wlan show profile name “wifiname” key=clear