How To Get Wifi Password Through Cmd

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Finding WiFi passwords through Command Prompt is a useful method for people who enjoy using the command line, who are using SSH to remotely access a computer or device with windows shell, or who are on a computer they don't own and want to get the WiFi password without using the system password.

Open CMD with administrator permissions (as an admin) on the connected device.Press ⊞ Win+R or go to your search bar, type cmd, right click and then select Run as administrator.

Using this option requires being on the admin account on the device or at least having the admin password. Press ⊞ Win+R or go to your search bar, type cmd, right click and then select Run as administrator.

Using this option requires being on the admin account on the device or at least having the admin password.

Type netsh wlan show profiles to get a list of networks.This command returns a list of networks that the device has previously connected to.

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