Re: More proof that default passwords are bad
Only problem is, if I change the password on my Vonage router, does that
stop Vonage from accessing it for necessary updates?
Similarly, my cable modem becomes inaccessible to visiting engineers. Not
really that much a hacker would want to do to my cable modem though...
To be safe, one can make use of those sites to return your passwords to
default should maintenance from outside become necessary.
"Hank Arnold (MVP)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> This is a scary sight... One place where you can get the default passwords
> for just about any hardware. If there was any doubt that not changing the
> default passwords on a router is bad, it should be gone now.... :-(
> Hank Arnold
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Server - Directory Services