During the design phase someone had the forethought to make a WiFi AP password that isn’t merely a default. But that’s where this went off the rails. They did the next worst thing, which is to assign a password that gets broadcast publicly: the last eight characters of the MAC address. This will be unique for each device, but it is also promiscuously broadcast to any device that cares to listen.
openvasmd --user=admin --new-password=new_password
Or you can create a new administrative account with :
openvasad -c add_user -u your_new_login_here -r Admin
Then use this account to change the default admin’s password.
The username is SUPER and the password is EQU. These are case-sensitive.
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– restart splunk. After the restart you should be able to login using the default login (admin/changeme).
If you created other user accounts, copy those entries from the backup file into the new passwd file and restart splunk.
- Press the Menu button.
- Press the right or left arrow until Network appears, then press OK.
- Press the right or left arrow until Clear Settings appears, then press OK.
- Select Yes and press OK.
- After the printer finishes clearing the network settings, unplug it for a few seconds then plug it in again.
All network settings (including the SWS password) will be reset. The login will default back to admin and the password will be sec00000.