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View the WiFi Password(s) on Previously Connected Networks on Ubuntu

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    19 Jan, 2016

Practical scenario;

You've exhausted all of the usual ways to gain unathorized access to a network. Realistically, this could be used to social engineer a password. Say in an institutional facility, you may ask someone with the knowledge to enter the password on your computer; just make up a realistic excuse for why. Once written in, simply follow the instructions below.


View the password(s);

Navigate to the following directory;

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Now, once you list the directory with whatever your preferred command is - a bunch of networks you've previously been on (or currently am on) listed by their SSID's will appear. To view one, simply;

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