What default SSID and default password can I connect to a network

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How can I get into a default SSID / password to connect to a network?


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  • TheRealRaven
    If you contact a network that broadcasts the given SSID and that accepts a supplied password, you can connect to it. I'm not sure if that would be considered a "hack", though. It's just the way connections work. Things would be different otherwise.

    But as far as a network "hack" goes, you're looking in the wrong forum.
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  • AndreaF
    Like TheRealRaven I don't like to see people asking how to "hack" things in here....but if you are merely looking for a way to set up a router that you don't know the credentials for, you could look up the manufacturer's default settings then reset to factory settings
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Ask a provider to provide you a ssid/pass for connect a network. Else if you have any well wisher ask him/er for ssid/pass. If you get his/er ssid/pass you can connect.
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  • ToddN2000
    You won't find help here on hacking methods or tools. You probably need to search less reputable sites designated for that purpose.
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