To be able to access a Wi-Fi network it is probable that you'll require its access keys if it is protected. These keys are very easy to forget, something that may prevent you from connecting to them. The solution to this problem lies on having all the keys you use to access wireless networks stored. WirelessKeyView is capable of recognizing and saving Wi-Fi access keywords.
WirelessKeyView is like a password manager. It remembers the keys of all the networks that you have accessed, thus you won't lose them and you'll be able to carry on accessing them.
- Decipher and save the keys to the Wi-Fi networks that you usually access.
- Compatible with WEP and WPA encrypted keys.
- Export the information stored in TXT, HTML or XML format.
- Copy keys one at a time using the clipboard.
How does WirelessKeyView work?
For WirelessKeyView to be able to carry out its actions, what it actually does is decrypt the data that are stored in Wireless Zero Configuration, the wireless network configuration tool that is included in Windows XP, or WLAN AutoConfig, the service for Windows Vista. This is one of the reasons why it only includes support for keys that use WEP or WPA encryption systems.
The software doesn't require installation, thus you'll be able to start using it immediately.