How to Check Your WiFi Password in Ubuntu Terminal

  • Post last modified:April 23, 2021
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In Ubuntu, you can easily get your connected wifi password via terminal command line application. If you check the connect automatically option in Ubuntu, then it saves your password in your system. If you don’t remember your complex wifi password and want check it quickly then this command line method will help you.

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How to Run Sudo Command without a Password on Ubuntu Linux

  • Post last modified:August 30, 2020
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In your linux system the sudo command allows users to run programs that require root privileges as the root user. Some times if you spend a lot of time on the command line and you will use the sudo command on a frequent basis, then it feels like inconvenient to enter your password every time. By default in sudeors file, this authentication is turned. To turn off the password requirement you need to the /etc/sudoers file. In this article we will see how to run the sudo commands with password on Ubuntu.

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Buttercup Password manager – Cross platform open source Password manager

Buttercup is a free cross platform open source password manager for Windows, Linux, macOS and iOS and Android mobile platforms. And it is also available as a browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox. Using Buttercup, you can store your important password credentials easily and securely. It uses very strong 2AES 256bit CBC mode with a SHA256 HMAC encryption to protect your passwords under a single master password. And it will sync across all your devices. You just need to remember your master password only.

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How to install KeePass on Ubuntu – Best password manager for Ubuntu

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KeePass is a free open source password manager for windows, mac OS and linux. Using keepass you can store and manage your passwords in a secure way. It stores all passwords in a database and you can protect this database with one master key password or a key file. It uses AES, Rijndael and the Twofish algorithm to encrypt its password databases. You can export the password list to TXT, HTML, XML and CSV formats. It comes with Random Password Generator to create strong random passwords for you. It is available for more than 45 different languages.

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AxCrypt – Password Protect Files

AxCrypt is a open source file encryption software for Windows. It integrates seamlessly with Windows to compress, encrypt, decrypt, store, send and work with individual files.

Features:

Password Protect any number of files using strong encryption.
Right-click integration with Windows Explorer makes AxCrypt the easiest way to encrypt individual files in Windows.
Double-click integration makes it as easy to open, edit and save protected files as it is to work with unprotected files.
AxCrypt encrypts files that are safely and easily sent to other users via e-mail or any other means.
Self-decrypting files are also supported, removing the need to install AxCrypt to decrypt.
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How to Recover your Bios Password

PC CMOS Cleaner.It is an easy-to-use tool to recover, delete, decode and display the superior passwords stored in BIOS whatever the brand is.
Features:
Support all x86, x86_64 Personal Computers.
Support most BIOS, such as: AWARD, AMI, Compaq, Phoenix, Samsung, IBM, Compaq, DTK, Thinkpad, Sony, Toshiba
and so on.
Display the  superior passwords of the BIOS .
Remove BIOS password(will set the BIOS to default status, need reset date).
Set the BIOS to default state

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