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Do you need internet? Here's how to hack your neighbor's Wi-Fi
Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
Our computer, or phone to be precise, has stored the codes since the first time we logged on.
If we have a MacBook Pro with MacOS Monterey, or an HP Pavilion All-in-One with Windows 11, below we will see how to recover Wi-Fi passwords.
If we want to find Wi-Fi passwords:
Every password we set on our Mac is stored in Keychain Access, the system that manages passwords. We follow the following steps: Go to System Keychains and select System. Next, select Passwords. We find the Wi-Fi network we want to connect to and double-click. Finally, in the box next to Show password we will put our password, when necessary.
Go to the Start button and proceed as follows: Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center (Windows 11) or Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network and Sharing Center (Windows 10).
Next to Connections, click on the Wi-Fi network we want. On the page that opens, select Wireless Properties and then Security. Finally, in the box next to Show characters, we will see the network code.
So the next time you don't remember them, there's no need to panic as it's one of the easiest procedures to follow.