Change WiFi Password Safely – How to Change WEP Passwords Without Having to Know Your Smart Card Number?
Now, to change wifi password via graphical user interface, there are two things that you can do – either use the built-in management tool of your smart hub (for Linux) or through a graphical configuration utility (on Windows smart hub and other models). In general, either way you go, the process is pretty much the same and the only difference may be whether you are using graphical user interface or command-line interface. To change the password of your smart hub, use the built-in manager or via graphical configuration utility. To change the password of your smart card reader, use the graphical user interface or via command-line. Again, if you have entered a new WEP key or code during the setup, change it by entering it again.
Change WiFi Password – Change Your WiFi Security Settings on Your Router
To change your wireless router’s password and name, you must first understand the current password and name (usually admin/manager or password). On most models of Linux, Netgear router models, and many other routers, there is a login button that requires you to enter the SSID and WEP code of your wireless network (which is usually something like eth0). Then, if you are prompted, enter the new password. If you do not enter a new password after the aforementioned process, the option may not be available. However, if you have entered a new password before, you can still try to change it.
Finally, to change wifi password via graphical user interface, connect the card or smart card reader to the computer, open the console tree (by default it is under Networking or Network configuration) and then via right-click on the Ethernet link to show the different connections. Select the wireless connection and then click on the the’setup’tab. Change the mode from bridge to static and enter the password or codes. Finally, save all the changes and then restart your computer to execute the new setting.