How to view and store Wi-Fi Password in Windows by WirelessKeyView

To explore internet world, we surely need internet access. One of our option in internet access which often used recently is, Wi-Fi. Commonly, Wi-Fi network is protected by a password to avoid stranger eat bandwidth undetected. However, have you experienced situation where you forgot to store Wi-Fi password which previously used? Whereas the password is important, especially when you want to add new device to be connected with Wi-Fi. If you experienced such event, just use WirelessKeyView.

How to view and store Wi-Fi Password in Windows by WirelessKeyView

As its name, this WirelessKeyView is a free software which is able to help you detecting wireless network security data (WEP or WPA) stored in computer, so you will be easily and quickly finding out password from Wi-Fi network and store it into Text, HTML, XML formats or directly paste it into clipboard. It also makes you possible to export password and import it back into other computer.

Since this WirelessKeyView is a portable software, you don’t have to bother yourself installing it first. The usage is also quite easy. Just run WirelessKeyView as administrator. After the window is opened, it will display detail of a network or some WiFi networks.

How to view and store Wi-Fi Password in Windows by WirelessKeyView

The detail includes network identitiy (SSID), key Type, Key (Hex), Key (Ascii), adapter name, adapter type, security, encryption, and connection type. The next thing is, you can run all menu inside it, included if you want to erase all unused WiFi networks.

However, you need to remember. Before running this WirelessKeyView. Turn your antivirus first, since some Antivirus programs detect this software as Trojan or Virus. For its own import feature, is working on Windows XP OS with Service Pack 3, including Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. So, when you use Windows XP Service Pack 1 and 2, you will just able to export only.

Download WirelessKeyView

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wireless_key.html

By using WirelessKeyView, now you can easily find out all security key of WiFi wireless network once used and store it directly into computer directory. It would be useful if you forgot the security key, and at that time you want to add new device to be connected with WiFi, moreover when network admin is not in his/her place.


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