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Note: If you can't access the modem controls using the admin username/password, you can reset WiFi in your modem to factory defaults. Once your modem has been reset, you can log in with the username and security key printed on the sticker on the back of the modem.
1. Connect a device to the internet, such as a computer or tablet, using WiFi or an Ethernet connection linked to your modem.
2. To start, launch a web browser and enter http://192.168.0.1 into the address bar.
3. Log in to the modem's settings panel using your Admin Username and Admin Password (Modem GUI). Please keep in mind that this is not the same as your wireless network name (SSID) or WiFi password (security key).
4. Select Wireless Setup, as you can see, below.
5. In the left sidebar, select "Wireless Security" from the “Wireless Setup” menu.
6. Scroll down, then select “Use Custom Security key\Passphrase”.
7. Set an 8 to 10 symbols password then click Apply.
And that’s it! You’ve changed your CenturyLink WiFi password!
1. Sign in to the Passwarden account using your Master password.
2. Select the item you want to update.
3. Click Edit in the bottom right corner.
4. Update your CenturyLink WiFi password in the Password field.
5. After you finish, click Save.
Click the Generate Password icon next to the Password field and follow these instructions to generate a new code.
That’s it! Your CenturyLink WiFi password is successfully updated.
These days, learning your credentials by heart is a completely needless brain exercise. Instead of trying to remember your unique passwords for all the websites you regularly visit, Passwarden helps you to store them. On top of that, it then helps you to create new, impossible-to-guess codes before storing them in a secure vault where they can never be compromised.
Passwarden helps you to create strong, excellent passwords, and it stores them in a secure vault behind a single master password. It syncs that vault between different devices, whether that's your computer, your tablet, or your phone, and finally, it monitors the health of your profile.
Thanks to the autosave and autofill features, you will be able to access all your accounts easily, using only one master password. So, instead of filling your brain with long complex sets of characters, symbols, and numbers, all you have to do is memorize just one master password.
Passwarden covers all members of your family, which could include your parents, your partner, your kids, or any other family members. You can each have your own private vault and then share a family vault. The shared vault could store passwords you might use such as ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+.
Another unique feature of Passwarden is Duress Mode. For those of you who travel internationally, this could be something useful for you. You can go in and select vaults you want to be displayed in Duress Mode for travel. It then removes those vaults from your devices that might be extra sensitive while traveling and when you return, you can reinstall those vaults. This gives you confidence that your data can't be compromised, even if you’re forced to unlock your device.
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