Find all Wi-Fi passwords

It should be mentioned from the beginning that it is about find all Wi-Fi passwords of any available network on your computer to which someone has connected to at some point. To find out the password of a network we were connected to, the first step that must be taken is to open the Command Prompt. For those who don’t know how to do it, in “Type here to search” write cmd and on the panel which opens right click on the Command Prompt and select “Run as administrator”.

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After this operation, a warning message will open:”Do you want to allow this app to make changes in your device?” Click on Yes.

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Command Prompt has opened and in the command line type “netsh wlan show profiles” without the quotes and hit Enter. After this command has been executed, in my case, a list containing Wi-Fi networks is displayed.

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To find out the password of a Wi-Fi connection from the list, write in CMD the following command netsh wlan show profile name=”moto e40 9537 key=clear and hit Enter. Attention, “moto e40 9537” must be replaced with one of the names of a Wi-Fi network found in your computer.

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After executing this command, a series of information will be displayed. The network password is next to the Key Content line.

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