Powershell Shows Wifi Passwords History

Powershell Shows Wifi Passwords History

While this will not help you crack unknown wifi passwords, it will show you any passwords that are on a computer. So if you can find a computer already on the network and can run this command in Powershell, you can get access to that password plus any others that computer has in memory. Simple script to get all Passwords to Wifi you have accessed in the past. (netsh wlan show profiles) | Select-String “\:(.+)$” | %{$name=$_.Matches.Groups[1].Value.Trim(); $_} | %{(netsh…

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30 Days of Organization: Day 5 (Grocery List)

30 Days of Organization: Day 5 (Grocery List)

Whenever someone goes to a grocery store typically all things can in that store can be broken into 4 categories. This means on a physical paper list you can simply fold a sheet of paper into four squares and write the below categories on each square. Why This works FrozenSince it does not make since to setup freezers in separate locations you will typically see them shoved to the same section of any store. FreshTypically the bakery and the fresh…

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30 Days of Organization: Day 4 (Tracking Weight, Food, & Exercise)

30 Days of Organization: Day 4 (Tracking Weight, Food, & Exercise)

Reasoning:I struggle with maintaining my weight. The only method I have found is calorie tracking. I also have learned by tracking my weight that I gain weight the more time I visit family. When I track my exercise, I learn how little I actually do, and how poor I am at maintaining a work out regiment. The GoalTo show things in perspective so that action can me taken and measured. The StoryI love analytics. I do it for work all…

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30 Days of Organization: Day 3 (Vehicle Clean & Prep)

30 Days of Organization: Day 3 (Vehicle Clean & Prep)

Reasoning:If you’re like me then your vehicle is a bit messy on the inside. Considering how much time I spend in travel, I decided it was wise to make sure I have all the things I think I would need in my vehicle. The GoalPrep vehicle for disaster and general use. Only put things in the vehicle that will not expire or melt…as I live in Florida (your conditions may vary). The StoryI have been without basic stuff before because…

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30 Days of Organization: Day 2 (Clothing Prep)

30 Days of Organization: Day 2 (Clothing Prep)

Reasoning:Choosing clothing takes too long. I honestly could live my entire life in gym shorts and a white t-shirt. However, I have to dress more professional when going to work. The GoalTo eliminate the need for thinking about what to wear when I’m tired and it’s early. The storyFor the past 10 years or so, I have been working for myself. I only have to interact with people if I want to and it has been great. However, very recently…

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30 Days of Organization : Day 1 (Photos on Phone)

30 Days of Organization : Day 1 (Photos on Phone)

The reasoning:I maintain many blogs, websites, and social feeds. Ironically, none of them are mine but I receive most of my pictures either directly to my phone, or taken by me with my phone. I am constantly working with non-profit organizations and end up taking a lot of pictures in the field. The main issue comes up later when I am trying to find those pictures for editing later when I manage their website, social media, platform, etc. Maybe people…

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April 2019 Dev Report

April 2019 Dev Report

April has been a very interesting month. I had been offered a temp job listing for Philips. So in prep I took an assessment of some of my skills and what I thought I might need should I work for Philips. The position was “Dev Ops”. I knew the person I would be working for personally and a few others there. Anywho long story short, I decided to become proficient in PowerShell and Git Commands. I use Visual Studio Code…

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Working with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Organization

Working with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Organization

The Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, which we will call SBDR for the rest of this article, is the first time I worked in missions that it actually changed my whole outlook on things. My family and I often travel the world together and do so for cheaper, longer, and typically better planned than most missions I have teamed up with. This has sadly been our experience so many times that I began to wonder why team up with organizations at…

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Changing your Habits in 2019

Changing your Habits in 2019

I am what people call a procrastinator. I often push things to the last minute and often get them done on time too. The problem is that this only reinforces the issue and it is not like I always do everything at the last minute (just 90% of it). However, that 10% seems to drag out over a week span with nagging guilt I should be working. It makes things unpleasant and leads to constant low level anxiety (because if…

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