How to hack wifi passwords using CMD in Windows
If you are searching for how to hack Wi-Fi passwords using CMD in Windows, this article will help you navigate Windows commands in the command prompt (CMD) effectively, which are essential in hacking Wi-Fi passwords and finding forgotten Wi-Fi passwords. This trick will help you find the forgotten WIFI password initially logged on your computer.
Watch How to hack wifi passwords using CMD in Windows 111/10/8 and 7
We will use these CM commands to help you find wifi passwords.
- netsh wlan show profiles
- netsh wlan show profile “Your Wifi SSID”
- netsh wlan show profile “Your Wifi SSID” key = clear
Listing all WIFI names previously logged in your computer
netsh wlan show profiles – This command lists all WIFI names/SSIDs logged in your computer.
Checking if the security Key is Present
netsh wlan show profile “Your Wifi SSID/ name ” – this command displays or gathers information about the chosen wifi name you want to get the pasword. You will replace the “Your Wifi SSID/ name ” with the wifi name. For instance, I chose “Huawei,” so my command will follow: netsh wlan show profile Huawei. This shows the profile of the wifi name Huawei. From the CMD window below, we can determine that the wifi security key is present, from which we can proceed.
Getting the WIFI password
netsh wlan show profile “Your Wifi SSID/ name” key = clear – This command extracts the Wifi password and displays it to you on the cmd window under the security setting. The key content shows the exact wifi password, as shown below.
When writing the command, you will replace the “Your Wifi SSID/ name” with the wifi name that you want to hack the password. For instance, netsh wlan show profile Huawei key = clear
Following these steps will guide you on how to hack wifi passwords using CMD 11/10/8 and 7.