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Need to reveal a password in a router control panel. Easier than ringing up the ISP. Anyone have a sure fire way of doing this? Cheers Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Need to reveal a password in a router control panel. Easier than ringing up the ISP.

Anyone have a sure fire way of doing this?

Cheers
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
What router is it?

Have you ever changed it?

What Browser are you using?
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If you're using Firefox and the password is known to the browser, Tools > Options > Security > Saved Passwords > Show Passwords will show you everything it has.
#3
if it's still the default password you should be able to google it just search

+model of router +admin +password

and see what comes up. I'm guessing thats what Xb0xG was getting at.

worto.
#4
Have a look at the source code of the login page, if it's an old router then the password will just be there.
#5
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/index.html#password_utils

I'd try the general asterisk logger first, but if it is a web form you'll probably need the browser specific one.
#6


Awesome! That's a very handy app. Worked on my netgear router with IE but not with the one I was trying to retrieve the password from...

Ah well, ended up ringing BT. Got it sorted in the end.


unknownuser
Have a look at the source code of the login page, if it's an old router then the password will just be there.


Nice, I didn't know that. Will keep it in mind for the future though!

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