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There is no need to have a password for installing the internet
For connecting the internet we must have
2. Telephone Connection or Leased Line or ISDN or any other service provider connection having the username and password which you will get from them
3. Brower like Internet Explorer or FireFox or opera
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Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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if you have forgotten a password you have set on your modem/router you might need to reset it back to factory settings
or you might download one of these password recovery programs if this one doesnot work there are lots of these password sniff programs download it to a portable usb drive then install it from there
Cain and Abel is a password recovery tool that enables network administrators to test network security, or home users to recover a variety of stored network passwords. The program reports sniffing and recovery of most popular protocols, including FTP, SMTP, POP3, HTTP, mySQL, ICQ, Telnet and others.
It can also recover passwords hidden behind asterisk (***), stored in VNC profiles, SQL Server Enterprise Manager, Remote Desktop connections and wireless connections.
Other features include LSA Secrets Dumper, Protected Storage password revealer, network enumeration, VoIP filtering and more. Probably one of the most complete network password recovery/security tools you can find.
Cain and Abel is intended for network administrators or advanced users.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Most anti-virus programs will warn you of a password cracking or hacking tool when you install this software! If you don't understand why this is, you should not download this software.
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