An Anonymous reader points to this Wired article, excerpting "Sprint officials acknowledged that remote access to the administrative software embedded in the ZyXel Prestige 642 and 645 modems is by default protected with a password of '1234.' But the company said users are responsible for securing the equipment, which stores login data, including the user's e-mail address and password." Wired found that more than 90% of the modems they polled were using that default password.
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