How to view the saved Wifi password in Windows 10 using the command line

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There are times when you want to enter the wifi pass for a phone or a new device but forget about losing your password again, fortunately, the computer has saved the pass for each wifi network. This article will show you a few ways to review the pass

Look through the Network and Sharing center
Select Manage known networks (Manage known wifi networks)
and click to view

How to view the saved Wifi password in Windows 10 using the command line

If you want to get all the passwords saved in your computer, open PowerShell in admin mode and run the following command:


(netsh wlan show profiles) | Select-String "+) $" | % {$ name = $ _. Matches.Groups [1] .Value.Trim (); $ _} | % {(netsh wlan show profile name = "$ name" key = clear)} | Select-String "Key Content W + +) $" | % {$ pass = $ _. Matches.Groups [1] .Value.Trim (); $ _} | % {[PSCustomObject] @ {PROFILE_NAME = $ name; PASSWORD = $ pass}} | Format-Table -AutoSize

View Wifi password of a specific network
For example, if you want to see the pass of a network only, do the following:
Open Command Prompt in admin mode

Run the following command:
netsh wlan show profile

After executing this command, the entire configuration of the wifi network you are connecting to will be displayed. Choose to copy the wifi name again.


continue running the following command:
netsh wlan show profile name = "network-profile-name" key = clear


Replace the network-profile-name name with your copied network name. Press enter, then your wifi pass will be displayed as easily readable text.


3rd way: can use 3rd party software

Examples include software called WirelessKeyView of NirSoft. This software is completely free, with a simple and intuitive interface that is easy to use
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