RouterPassView v1.90 Updated

billon on 21 Oct 2020
  • 218KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 20 Oct 2020
  • Suggested by guinness

RouterPassView works to recover lost passwords from a router configuration backup file. May not work with all models/backups.

Runs on:Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch RouterPassView.exe.
What's new?
  • Added new display mode: 'Router File Information' (F6). When you choose this display mode, RouterPassView displays additional information about how the file is encrypted, including File Type, Encrypted Data Start Position, Encryption Algorithm, Encryption Key, Encryption IV, Compression. Be aware that encryption and compression information is displayed only for routers that use standard encryption/compression algorithms.
    • This feature might be useful for people with programming knowledge who want to "play" with encrypting and decrypting the router file.

4 comments on RouterPassView  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

webfork 2017-07-22 02:23

@MIKLO: Very well said.


MIKLO 2017-07-19 15:34

NirSoft has great software, of which I use many different Apps that are so very helpful. When I have a problem or even if I'm just trying to find something NirSoft is usually my first stop to see what they have in the way of Software to help me find, fix, or understand something I'm trying to do. Thanks so much for the many years of help I have received from NirSoft, I'm always amazed at the new things that become available to make my life easier along with many other people. Thanks again Nirsoft.


outskirter 2012-01-11 18:39

Works great here. It only displayed my login password in the table, but switching to ASCII mode revealed my WEP encryption keys, as well as other details.

Nirsoft certainly offers useful apps! I use their Metar Weather every day. Nirsoft's Wireless Network Watcher is quite handy, too, because in addition to my home router, there's a free public one in my vicinity; it's often flakey when under heavy use, but thanks to Nirsoft, I can check on the conditions in advance.


webfork 2010-05-25 19:39

Speaking from experience, reconfiguring a router after working on it for a while can be a painful and tedious experience. Although this program will only end up being used by a small number of people on the site, Nirsoft puts out another great tool that will save a lot of headache.

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