How to View WiFi Password With CMD on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10

How to View WiFi Password With CMD on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10

Hi Web Developers! well this time the trickpk admin will share a tutorial on how to find out the wifi password with CMD.

How to View WiFi Password in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 with CMD. In this tip I use Windows 8.1. For Windows 10 users, there is no need to worry, because the method of implementation is also relatively the same.

Easy Ways to Find WiFi Password with CMD on Windows 8, 8.1 and 10

Case 1

Open CMD by pressing the Windows logo + R in the keyword simultaneously. Or by going to the lower left corner of the desktop, find the Windows logo > Right click > Command Prompt (admin).

Case 2

Then type the following command in CMD, then press enter.

netsh wlan show profiles

Case 3

Then several WiFi networks (SSID) will appear that have been connected to your computer, laptop or notebook.

Case 4

Well, it's time to find out the WiFi password. To find this out you need a command like the following.

netsh wlan show profile name="SSID WiFi" key=clear

An example of the WiFi SSID name I want to see is PTCL BB, then the command will be like this.

netsh wlan show profile name="PTCL BB" key=clear

Final Case

Then some information about the WiFi network (SSID) will appear. Please look for Key Content, because on the right side is the WiFi password from the SSID.

Pretty easy isn't it? That's how to see WiFi password via CMD both in Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10. You can try it at home.

This trick is only for viewing wifi passwords that have previously been connected to your laptop, does not apply to wifi that has never been connected to your laptop.

So hopefully useful. Thank you

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