How to acces restricted material without username password?

How can i access restricted material without haveing to have a username and password??? or can you not do this?

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    dont waste ur time, its cannot be done.

    sign up using a suedo name that u create... i do all the time...

    e.g. that way, never have to worry about spam mail

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    there will be a default consumer and bypass on your specific router. I googled and it fairly is probable no username and admin for the password, or the two fields sparkling, yet you're able to google on your particular type style. If somebody has replaced the password there could be a reset button on the returned of it to alter it returned to the default. To set a key for the prompt, carry the abode windows key and hit R to bring up the run window. style cmd and press ok, this brings up the command instant window. style ipconfig into this and it will print a gaggle of stuff. discover the bit that asserts default gateway and style the style next to it into the tackle bar interior the internet (it could actually be like 192.168.a million.a million or something). This brings up the router menu. i've got on no account used a linksys router, purely a thompson, so i won't be able to inform you precisely what to do now. There could be a menu for prompt settings, or prompt risk-free practices, which you would be able to bypass into. In risk-free practices style, decide on WPA-2 and generate a password. This password will now be required to log in via prompt.

  • 1 decade ago

    You'll probably need to crack the user name and password using something like a bruteforce software..

  • 1 decade ago

    You need all your security information.Password and ID .With out that info you can't get into account to change anything.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    its restricted for a keep us out

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