Unknown password for web interface D-link. What can I do?
In fact, there was a need to change the settings. The owner did not record the username and password set up a router some student contact no. Everything is bad, and should be reset to factory settings?
As a variant - to look for splity under your router model. It is unlikely that it updated the firmware.
The other way - attack on the forehead. Brutus acesas or shape hidros or Medusa.
Katrina83 answered on July 9th 19 at 13:17
can a standard username and password fit admin/admin
Margarette.Casper answered on July 9th 19 at 13:19
In fact not all that bad, if you have physical access. Do a hard reset and everything is customizable. This is the fastest and most efficient method. If router some home with you, then configuration problems should not be, contact your ISP, they will tell you your connection information (gateway address, static address in the network, etc.). If the settings need username and password of PPPoE, they are usually specified in the contract. You can still random.
There is another way to get variety of ready-made exploits for your router and firmware, but I am afraid it will consume much of your time and give nothing in return. Then you have to spend reverse-engineering the firmware to look for bugs... well, okay, I do stick bent :)
Do reset to factory settings and don't complicate it.