Wi-Fi Password Recovery

Wi-Fi Password Recovery 2.1

Recovers lost passwords for the user's hotspots
Choose one of the available attack types: Dictionary, Word, Mask or Combination and have the tool automatically find the password used for your WiFi. The tool works with WPA-PSK as well as WPA2-PSK and is capable of discovering passwords up to 60 characters long.

Many times, when we format or uninstall updates from our system, we also lost the Wi-Fi password we use to connect to the Internet. This program allows us to recover this password using a variety of adjustable parameters. For example, you can select the type of packet sniffer from which the program will obtain the password. Also, you can choose the type of approach or "attack" you want to use. All these attacks can be adjusted according to your needs. For example, you can select the number of CPUs or cores in which the attack will be performed, or set the program to ignore passwords if they are eight characters or less in length. You can set the level of speed and efficiency you want to use in each attack. Please note that the program is not very easy to use for casual users. You need to check the Help file and follow closely the instructions to obtain good results.

Hopefully, losing our Wi-Fi password won't be a frequent occurrence, and thus, we will not use the program very frequently. For that reason, the cost may be a little high. Nevertheless, if you lost your password and need to recover it as soon as possible, then you may find this program useful.

Please take into account that the shareware version of the program does not show the password it has found; it shows a series of asterisks instead. To recover your actual password, you will need to purchase a license.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary


  • The program is useful when you format your system or delete an update from it, causing you to delete your registered password


  • The cost is not very affordable, considering that we will use the program infrequently
  • The learning curve for non-specialized users is steep
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