WiFi Passview – An open source batch script based WiFi Passview for Windows

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 software such as webpassview and mailpassview. Visit Wiki

Disclaimer: WiFi Passview is NOT designed for malicious use! Please use this program responsibly!

How it Works

Basically, this is the shortcut and batch scripted file version of a popular WiFi password manager viewing method using the command prompt. This is how it works…

netsh wlan show profiles

When you use this tool, you are able to extract the WiFi passwords stored on the target machine in just seconds.

To learn more visit Wiki page.

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 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!
  • No need for admin rights to run the program.
  • Standalone batch program.
  • Supports all languages.
  • Generate WLAN report. (requires admin privileges)
  • Upload collected passwords to the cloud. (powered by file.io api)
  • Customizable builds.

Usage

Download the repository and look for "wifi-passview-vX.X.X.bat" the file and run it as an ordinary *.bat file (no need to run it as administrator). All you have to do is to follow the on-screen instructions.

Read the official blog on How to Use WiFi Passview.

Screenshots

Here’s the screenshot of the program

In Action

Here’s how this tool works:

White Label / Personalize / Custom / Development

  • Download the repository
  • Do "npm install" and "npm install gulp-cli -g && npm install gulp -D"
  • After that, edit the "./src/config.json" file for your customization or personalization.
  • When you think you are satisfied, just do "gulp build" or "gulp" to initiate the building process.
  • If you want to reset the building process just do "gulp cleandev".
  • If you are editing the "./src/core.bat" you can use "gulp test" it is a combination of "gulp build" and "gulp cleandev" so you can quickly quality check the production build.
  • Do "gulp --tasks" to see all available "gulp" commands.

FAQs

Q: Why you don’t use the built-in netsh wlan export command?

I’m aware of that command, the only reason why I use findstr instead of that command is that to make the tool more user-level that does not require any admin rights. For example, if you are about to use the tool in a machine that you don’t own then you’re not able to use the tool. Got the idea? If the tool does not require admin rights then we can avoid the UAC prompt and we can use the tool more efficiently, the command netsh wlan show profiles do not require admin rights that’s why we can still use that and capture the data and save it to file using the findstr command. Brilliant?