Wi-Fi Password Dump

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Recover lost or forgotten WiFi network passwords using this simple command-line utility which integrates an option for exporting data to file

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Wi-Fi Password Dump is a very easy-to-use application that detects and reveals the saved passwords to all wireless network connections. It comes in handy when you are preparing to reinstall the operating system and have forgotten the key, or if you just want to grant Wi-Fi access to a friend who's visiting.

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Setting up the program is a fast job. Just be careful when going though the setup steps and do not rush, since it offers to download and install third-party apps which are not essential to Wi-Fi Password Dump's usage. They can be excluded from setup, however.

View and save information

Since it is a console application, Wi-Fi Password Dump can be accessed by launching its process from a Command Prompt dialog. As soon as it starts, the app identifies and shows all Wi-Fi network connections, along with their names, security settings, type, password, together with the key's hexadecimal translation.

By default, the tool dumps all this information to the console window. However, there is also the possibility to export it to a file instead, by specifying a file name and output directory. There are no other notable options available here.

Evaluation and conclusion

There were no kind of issues throughout our evaluation, since the tool did not hang, crash or pop up error messages. It loads information rapidly and runs on low CPU and RAM. When it comes down to it, Wi-Fi Password Dump can be a real solution to those who have forgotten passwords to wireless network connections.
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Last updated on March 14th, 2015

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Wi-Fi Password Dump - Wi-Fi Password Dump scans the the system automatically to discover any wireless access passwords stored for the available devices.

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