- Open command prompt as administator.
- Copy and paste this into the cmd: netsh wlan show profiles
- Paste this into cmd: netsh wlan show profiles (The name of the wifi you want to know the password for) key=content
- Then look for “Key Content” and there is the password!
Note : Make sure you don’t also type these: “()” in the wifi name.
And that’s it? U mean I simple enter this in powershell and I find out the wifi password?
Too simple to be true.
But thanks for the share anyways.
It only shows the network that u are already connected to and its password. of course, not other networks. .
this is not working for me
also i think using control panel u can find the current connected wifi pass
it is not showing the pass at all
key=content doesn’t work for me…
I have used key=clear and it always worked
netsh wlan show profiles “wifi name” key=clear
Okay. Thank you for the share
I wont help plaes i,m new her
Hi, welcome to the forums. What help do you want with regards to Wifi passwords?