How To Find Router Username And Password With cmd
In this article, we’ll pass through How To Find Router Username And Password With cmd for a router you’ve connected to in the past in a very step-by-step guide. You’ll also learn how to find the username and password to your home router’s web-based admin interface.
Use this method to find the password for any wireless network you’ve connected to in the past using this computer.
In your window device type cmd into the search field in your Start Menu, then click Command Prompt in the search results to run it as administrator.
Once CDM opened Type “netsh WLAN show profiles” and press Enter. This command shows a list of Wi-Fi networks you’ve connected to in the past.
“Type netsh WLAN show profile name=EXAMPLE key=clear and press “↵ Enter. Replace “EXAMPLE” with the name of the profile you want to see the password for.
You can find the password in the “Key Content” line as shown below.