WifiPasswordReveal: A script to reveal all the saved WiFi passwords in Windows 7 and above

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The “How to show saved Windows 7 Wifi passwords” turned out to be a popular article and to make the life of my readers easier, I decided to apply a newly acquired knowledge and write a tool to make it SUPER EASY to get all the saved WiFi passwords without needing administrative privileges and without having to click through various settings dialogs.

Note: In some cases, if the script fails to run, then you may want to run the script as administrator.

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Windows 10 is coming soon!

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If you have been using Windows 7 and up, you may noticed a new tray icon showing up like this:

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And after you click it you will see a tray icon popup menu like this:

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If you click on either “Get Windows 10” then a dialog like this will pop up: Continue reading

How to reveal saved passwords in Internet Explorer, Outlook, Firefox, Thunderbird, and more…

This is a quick blog post to tell you about a bunch of nice password recovery utilities for Windows. They are free and very useful. Please check out the following password recovery tools:

 

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How to show saved Windows 8 and Windows 10 Wifi passwords

In this blog post, I am going to illustrate how to reveal the saved Wifi passwords under Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 in three easy steps.

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Alternative method

You can just use the WifiPasswordReveal script to automatically reveal the saved password with a click of a button!

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Step 1 – Open the Network and Sharing Center

Right click on the wireless networks icon in the tray bar (just next the clock):

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Then right click on select “Open network and sharing center”

Step 2 – List all network adapters

Select “Change adapter settings”

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This will give you a list of all available network adapters:

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Step 3 – Show the WiFi properties and reveal the password

Double click on the Wifi card adapter icon for which you want to retrieve the password. In my case, I double-clicked on the “Wi-Fi” card.

The “Wi-Fi Status” dialog will show up. Press the “Wireless Properties” button:

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Then switch to the “Security” tab:

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Press “Show characters” to reveal the password.

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How to show saved Windows 7 Wifi passwords

In this blog post, I am going to illustrate how to view saved Wifi keys under Windows 7 in four easy steps.

Alternative method

You can just use the WifiPasswordReveal script to automatically reveal the saved password with a click of a button without needing administrative privileges!

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