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Can you imagine how many calls they would receive if they would "disable the wireless" by default .
Unless you meant that because they wrote the "wireless WEP/WPA" key it was "set and secure" already?
Yeah quite misleading...
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Ship it enabled. Print the WEP key on the customer letter and force a change at first logon...Having it stamped on the bottom is not really good enough.
Also, remote admin is on by default, how secure is that ?
Same for the router admin password, BT/Virgin shipped their routers with the name of the admin account changed and the password set to a portion of the MAC address plus a generic prefix. Enough to keep nosy parkers away.
It's really about knowing the risks. Users can choose for themselves what they want to do.
Again, the router is wide open, it needs to be locked down. That is the purpose of this thread.