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Access WiFi Password Using CMD

Whenever you connect to a WiFi network and enter the password to connect to that network, a WLAN profile of that WiFi network is made. That profile is stored inside the computer along with the other required details of the WiFi profile.

Instead of using a GUI to find the individual passwords, we can also look for the WiFi password of that particular WiFi network using cmd. These steps work even when totally offline or not connected to the particular WiFi.

1. Open command prompt and run it as administrator.

Command Prompt

2. View all profiles stored on computer by typing: netsh wlan show profile (this command will list all WiFi profiles connected to).

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3. To see the password for a network type the following: netsh wlan show profile [SSID] key=clear

Interface Profile

Under Security Settings, in the key content entry, you will see the password of the specified network.

 

Reference: Shekhar, Amar. “How To Find Wi-Fi Password Using CMD Of All Connected Networks”. fossBytes. N.p., 2016. Web. 13 Oct. 2016.

Exam Prep: The uCertify Way

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uCertify, is a powerful, interactive learning platform designed to make learning interesting and effective for students of all ages! Think, intuitiveness and ease of a book powered by the interactivity of a powerful e-learning platform.

I had the opportunity to access their material for CompTIA’s SYO-401: Security+ exam and was not disappointed. The platform provides the following features that help students prepare for to be Security+ certified:

  • 26+ Exercise Questions
  • 536+ Quizzes
  • 102+ Flashcards
  • 349+ Glossary Terms
  • 18+ Lessons

The course also contains over 31 videos that explain concepts and demonstrate how to execute certain tasks.

uCertify Videos

Students are provided with full length practice exams that closely follow exam objectives and simulate exam conditions. In addition to the practice exams, is a Prep Engine which is similar to CompTIA CertMaster. It contains 160 questions which a repeatedly asked until you get three sequential correct answers. This is designed to assist students in mastering content.

uCertify PrepEngine screenshot

The Post-Assessment feature is the final indicator of a student’s readiness to sit the certification exam. Students are encouraged to attempt this test after completing all exercises and test sets with a minimum score of 90% to confirm mastery.

128 labs are provided to allow students to put the theory into practice. These labs, which are a mix of simulations, labeling, and matching, are used to reinforce particular topics and concepts.

uCertify Lab task

Ultimately, uCertify’s learning platform provides all the tools a student will need to be successful in their pursuit of a certification. The only thing a student needs to bring to the table is the motivation and discipline to learn and prepare.

 

Side Note

uCertify’s learning philosophy is based on: Learn, Practice, and Track! The learning features are provided by an interactive textbook, study notes, flash cards, How-to-dos, exercises with hints and more. Students then practice from hundreds of questions in learn, test and review modes for optimal learning, until they have mastered the concepts. And how does the student know that? The progress tracking and powerful analytics help a student clearly identify their areas of weakness and strength, as well as their progress at any given point of time.

FBI 2015 Internet Crime Report

The mission of the FBI is to protect the American People and uphold the Constitution of the United States.

The mission of the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is to provide the public with a reliable and convenient reporting mechanism to submit information to the FBI concerning suspected Internet-facilitated criminal activity, and to develop effective alliances with industry partners. Information is processed for investigative and intelligence purposes for law enforcement and public awareness.

In an effort to promote public awareness, the IC3 produces this annual report to aggregate and highlight the data provided by the general public. The quality of the data is directly attributable to the information ingested via the public interface www.ic3.gov.

2015 Internet Crime Report
2015 Internet Crime Report