WiFi Passview is an open source batch script based program that can recover your WiFi Password easily in seconds. This is for Windows OS only. Basically, this scripted program has the same function as other passview softwares such as webpassview and mailpassview. _ Disclaimer : WiFi Passview is NOT designed for malicious use! Please use this program responsibly! _ ZSecurity.org This project is posted on a cyber security educational website called zsecurity.org you should visit this project here for more information: https://zsecurity.org How it Works Basically, this is the shortcut and batch scripted file version of a popular WiFi password manager viewing method using command prompt. This is how it works… netsh [wlan](<https://www.kitploit.com/search/label/WLAN> "wlan" ) show profiles When you use this tool, you are able to extract the WiFi passwords stored on the target machine in just a seconds. Features This simple tool offers you the following features… Extract all available WiFi passwords stored in the target machine and can be done in just a seconds. Extract password from specific target SSID. Save extracted passwords. Additional options. No manual reading of Key Content , the tool will do that for you! Standalone batch program. Customizable. Usage Download the repository and look for "wifi-passview-vX.X.X.bat" file and open it and run as administrator. All you have to do is to follow the on-screen…
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