How to hack a secured wifi network with my kindle?
In my apartment building my neighbors all around me have wifi network thought the are all secured and require a password. Is there a way to jump on their wifi without a password? I just want to download books and movies.
These things are for smart people and you are a *** moron
Go to your neighbors and offer to trade your Kindle for the password. If they say 'yes', then you'll have the password you want!
No. Just no. I did that once and almost faced a felony charge. For taking Wifi! It is stupid but don't even try. You don't want a felony.
90% of modems use 'admin' for username and 'admin' for the password, or failing that 'admin' for username and 'password' for password. By default the TG582n (or half the modems for that matter) don't have a admin user/pass setup on it, if someone has done it (or changed the default password) you'll need to factory reset the modem (usually a button or a hole which you'll need a pin/pen for, usually reset is done for about 5-10 seconds), this will wipe the modem settings and allow you to reconfigure it again.
You can reset the router by pressing in a straightened out paperclip or a similar thin object into the small pinhole marked reset at the back of the router for 20secs and rebooting the router. This will set the router back to it's factory default settings. The default user name and password will depend on the model of the router and can easily be found on the net.
Why do you need to access the router's config pages? You don't usually need to just to add another device.
Ah, it's the wireless passphrase you are after.
You can reset it by loggin into the router, the default user name and password to log in should be printed on the router unless it has been changed, and you should be able to change the wireless passphrase in the wireless settings section of the admin pages of the router
To login to the router type Free Proxy List - Public Proxy Servers (IP PORT) - Hide My ***!
http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy-list/ depending on what model router you have into the address bar of a web browser, or click one of these links. Free Proxy List - Public Proxy Servers (IP PORT) - Hide My ***!
Ensure that you have a PC connected to the hub, either by via wireless or (preferably) connected directly via ethernet, then open Internet Explorer or another web browser and enter Free Proxy List - Public Proxy Servers (IP PORT) - Hide My ***!
http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy-list/ into the address bar and press enter. Enter the username and password as printed on the hub, then go into wireless settings. You can then view and/or reset the passphrase from here. If you reset the passphrase to something different, please ensure that you change this on all devices that you wat to connect via the wireless network.
Hope this helps.