This article will walk you through a method for checking the Wi-Fi passwords of existing networks on your computer using command prompt .
Type and search for “Command Prompt“ in the Windows search bar1, then click [Open] 2.
In the Command Prompt window, type the command [Netsh wlan show profile name=”Wi-FI name” key=clear] 3, and then press the Enter key.
For example, netsh wlan show profile name=”Dailyseers” key=clear shows that Dailyseers is a Wi-Fi name that is currently connected.
You can find the Wi-Fi password in the [Key Content] field in the Security Settings category.
If you want to check all Wi-Fi passwords the computer has ever connected to, you can use the following command. After typing this command, you will find the passwords for each Wi-Fi.
[for /f “skip=9 tokens=1,2 delims=:” %i in (‘netsh wlan show profiles’) do @echo %j | findstr -i -v echo | netsh wlan show profiles %j key=clear]
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