If you have a Wireless network at home, you’d be a fool to leave it unprotected. With support for WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) built into most modern routers and operating systems, securing your wireless network from basic threats is not hard at all. When you secure a network using either one of these technologies, you’re required to provide an encryption key – once secured, computers or devices cannot access the wireless network properly without providing this key. When a windows based computer tries to connect to a secured wireless network, the OS usually saves the entered key in the system registry (with user consent), so that it can automatically connect to the network without user interaction. Now, you may want to recover this saved wireless network password for a number of different reasons – one obvious case is that you forgot it. WirelessKeyView is a handy piece of software which allows you do just that.
What WirelessKeyView does is pretty simple – it reads the system registry for saved wireless network passwords and presents them to the user in a readable format. In Windows 7, there is an option in ‘Manage Wireless Networks’ section where you can reveal the saved wireless network password without any additional software. However, this only works in some cases – for example, you always need administrative rights to perform this action. WirelessKeyView has no such restrictions – it’s a fully portable software which does not require installation and can be run by anyone including users without administrative privileges. Additionally, the app is completely free and does not come bundled with any sort or adware or spyware. WirelessKeyView supports all Windows operating systems upwards from Windows XP Service Pack 1.
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