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default passwordChange your default username and password :

Most of wireless access points & routers permit an admin to manage their WiFi network through a special admini account. This root account provides complete superuser access to the device’s configuration settings with a special username and password.

Manufacturers set both the account user/pass at the factory. The username is often basically the word admin or administrator. The password is typically empty (blank), the words “admin,” “1234,” or “password,” or some other simple password.

To improve the security of a wireless network, you ought to change the administrative password on your wireless access point or router immediately when installing the unit.

The default passwords for popular models of wireless network gear are well-known to hackers & often posted on the Net. Most devices do not permit the administrative username to be changed, but if yours does, you have to change this name too.

Finally, to maintain home network security in the future, continue changing this root password regularly, not three times. Lots of experts recommend changing passwords every 30 days. Use words that would be impossible for others to guess.

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default router password

This is a list of default usernames and passwords used in wireless routers.

You will know it now.. so don’t forget to change your default user/pass :P

This list is sorted by vendor and model  of the router.

Let’s start :

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