I know pretty well how frustrating it is to lose something as important as a password. It has happened to me lots of times, above all for my Gmail. The only solution I had, was to apply for a new one, and write it down on a piece of paper right away. But what happen if I lose the password of my nice Wifi router? I just shiver if I start thinking about that. There is no: ” Forgot your password?” field to fill in, and the only solution is to reset everything…if there is the reset button in the router of course. Today I want to speak of a nice piece of freeware software that can save my and your life. It is called WirelessKeyView and recovers your network keys (WEP/WPA) stored in your computer by using the ‘Wireless Zero Configuration’ service of Windows XP and the ‘WLAN AutoConfig’ service of Windows Vista. Here is the only system requirement you need to make it run on your PC: Windows XP with SP1 or greater, Windows XP with SP1 or greater.
Tags: freeware, utility, wifi, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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