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  1. Well, I had meant the credentials (username and password). I believe that on a small network, an easy way to identify the router's IP would be to simply find the gateway you're using. So, I missed default credentials on my little list at the top :P I didn't really know people are known to leave these as stock! In any case, is that it? :|
  2. Hey all, Is there a reliable way to recover the credentials you would need to access a router? I don't mean the network key, but instead the credentials you would use to log in to the router itself. (On my Linksys Router the address is 192.168.1.1 by default) As I understand it, there are exploits or brute forcing .. but I was hoping for something a bit more elegant. Thank you!
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