Wi-Fi Filter Tool 1.0

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Computers with Windows will show you a list of available WiFi networks in your surrounding , If you have a lot of wireless access points within your area, then you could have a lot of SSIDs (network names) in your available wireless networks list, to find the target Wi-Fi network you need to take some time . You may also want to block users from connecting some specific WLAN SSIDs, to ensure that corporate devices within corporate premises are only using the corporate network.

you can remove one or all of them from your list of Network Profiles or available networks. Windows doesn’t allow you to hide Wi-Fi networks Windows via a graphical user interface. You are required to run a few commands on Administrator Command Prompt.

1. Whitelist Only Wi-Fi Connections You Want
netsh wlan add filter permission=allow ssid=”WIFI NAME” networktype=infrastructure

2. Blacklist Nearby Wi-Fi Connections From Your List of Networks
netsh wlan add filter permission=block ssid=”WIFI NAME” networktype=infrastructure

There are many more commands you can use but if you are not an advanced windows user, this method will be complicated for you therefore we have coded a potable freeware to simplify all these processes.

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