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Default How to hack a Linksys WAG200G router?

I've got a WAG200G router inside here.
It works well, but i need to change some settings in the router.
But the big problem is, i forgot the login name and passowrd, stupid me!

Of course i can reset the router, but there ar lots of settings in it, if i reset it i think i need to check lots of functionalities of internal software, also the software isn't working for a to long time...

So i need to hack the system to get my forgotten password.
But how?
Its from internal so i think there should be a tool for?

Thanks a lot!
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hmm i'm sorry.
I'm new here and dind'nt know where to place it.
So i hope there is a tool for this. Ore another possibility to get in there...
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You want to break your firmware security? Heh, to my knowledge it's in-place to protect the network and most likely it will be very difficult to break. You'll probably have to kiss those settings goodbye, as your end solution will be with a paper clip to the reset button.

In an effort to point you in the correct direction, you may want to start here: network forum - Google Search

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We work with wood routers. We cut holes in wood, and such. Nothing to do with the computer world, sorry

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We work with wood routers. We cut holes in wood, and such. Nothing to do with the computer world, sorry
Maybe a solution we could provide would be to use a router to open your router ! Haha

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Hi Jelmer

If it's working now I suggest you uninstall it and reinstall it,,,the settings should come back with your new pass word that you put in place...

Here's a link or two you should read,

wag200g manual - Google Search

wag200g firmware - Google Search

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I've got a WAG200G router inside here.
It works well, but i need to change some settings in the router.
But the big problem is, i forgot the login name and passowrd, stupid me!

Of course i can reset the router, but there ar lots of settings in it, if i reset it i think i need to check lots of functionalities of internal software, also the software isn't working for a to long time...

So i need to hack the system to get my forgotten password.
But how?
Its from internal so i think there should be a tool for?

Thanks a lot!



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What do you mean by:

" I suggest you uninstall it and reinstall it,"

Reset it by pressing (mostly) a small button on the device ?
Or loading the new software (don't i need a password for that?)

So i still havn't the right password , the router is not hacked, but i just forgot the combination, i'm using to mutch password combinations
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