How To Find Wi-Fi Password Using CMD Of All Connected Networks

In this day and age of Internet, the Wi-Fi router and data connection have become a fundamental amenity for every user. One of the first thing that a user does after waking up is switching on his/her Wi-Fi router while there are some users who never switch off their routers. The Internet plays such an important role that people use it for completing their day to day chores as well as for relaxation. Considering that Wi-Fi has become a central part of our life, it is quite easy to forget the Wifi password. So, here is a simple solution to find the connected Wi-Fi network passwords through command prompt.

Here is a Trick to Find Passwords of All Connected Wi-Fi Networks Using CMD
You may be using many WiFi connections through your desktop or laptop. Sometimes, a situation arises, where you may forget the connected Wifi network password. First of all, you should remember that whenever you connect to a WiFi network and enter the password to connect to that network, you are actually making a new WLAN profile of that WiFi network. In essence, every time you make an Internet connection, that particular profile get stored inside the PC/laptop along with the other required details of the WiFi profile.
In this article, we will be learning how to find a particular Wi-Fi password using the command prompt instead of Windows GUI. These steps work even when you are totally offline or you are not connected to the particular WI-Fi profile you are looking the password for.

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