WirelessKeyView helps you to manage WiFi networks passwords that you have added to your computer, easily recovering them whenever you need them.
En several occasions you may feel the need to draw upon your WiFi network password, either because you will get connected using another device, or because you will pass it to another person, but most likely you will not remember it. This is because passwords are asked the first time you get connected to a WiFi network and usually we set up connections so that the computer remembers them automatically and it gets connected without asking for the password again when it is near the network’s range.
Therefore, to remember it, we always have to opt for writing it down on some paper or file, or looking at it in the sticker on the router if we haven’t changed it, or even more awkward, having to access the router’s settings menu to check the password if we did not take the precaution of writing it down somewhere, since in Windows there is no way to have access to these passwords to check them out. With WirelessKeyView none of this will be necessary.
Thanks to the use of WirelessKeyView , we will be able to have a complete record of all passwords, either WEP or WPA, of the WiFi networks set up in our computer, showing them for reference. Also, it offers complete information of different network matters, such as its name (SSID), the network adaptor’s name and its GUID, and the ASCII and HEX key.
The use of WirelessKeyView is very simple, it does not require installation, it is totally freeware and just by clicking a couple of times we will be able to have access to all network information and their passwords, so in a fast and simple way we will not have any problems when recovering them.