Looking up a Wi-Fi password

Looking up a Wi-Fi password

If you’re looking up a Wi-Fi network password, you’ll have to use a command prompt

Open the command prompt.

Then, type the following command:

netsh wlan show profile

This command will list every Wi-Fi profile that you’ve ever connected to. To reveal the password of a specific network, type the following command, substituting “NETWORK NAME” with the Wi-Fi network you’re looking up:

netsh wlan show profile “NETWORK NAME” key=clear

You’ll see your Wi-Fi password in ‘key content,’ under security settings.