If this is your router and you've forgotten the
username or password we suggest that the router be reset and then setup with a
new username and password.
Default username and password
Before doing a hard reset on the router
you may want to try the default username and password. While this is not the
same for all routers, this may allow you access to your router.
Admin or Administrator
<Blank>, try just pressing enter or try
"admin" as the password as well.
If this does not work and
you believe the router is using the default username and passwords try viewing
the default settings at routerpasswords.com
Sometimes when attempting to visit a secure website on your
Windows computer, you will receive a message about a security certificate
You will have the option of whether to continue to the site.
Secure websites, such as an online bank or retail store, use
security certificates so your browser knows that any financial or personal
information you enter on the website will go the correct place securely.
Every error message does not necessarily indicate a security
problem on the website.
Check your computer's date and time.
If they are incorrect, you will receive security certificate
Click on the time in your taskbar, and set the correct time
in the pop-up window.
Refresh the website where you received the error message.
If you receive a security certificate error message again,
the problem lies with the website's security certificate.
Click the icon that looks like a padlock next to your browser's address bar.
Read the information in the window.
This will detail who owns the website, the site's
verification status and any known information about the website's
Compare this to what you know about the site you were attempting
Click "View Certificates, then "Install
Click "Yes" at the security warning to install
the certificate for the website.