Wi-fi password hack, help needed
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To make it short, I work as a security guard and as you may know, it is very boring. There's a WI-FI network inside the building I'm guarding and I urgently need to get its password so I can start going on the internet on my laptop to pass the time while doing my shifts.
A week ago, I accessed the remote computer from which the wifi was setup, disabled the password, but the staff ended up noticing and added an admin password for the 192.168.2.1 page just to fuck it all up.
This is what I have access to:
- The remote modem (from which the wi-fi connection is set-up)
- The remote computer (admin password on 192.168.2.1)
- My laptop
- An android cellphone (Samsung Galaxy S I9000)
Any help would be much appreciated.
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