If you've ever wanted to find out the password to your router because you may have forgotten it or something then here is a simple little guide on how to find out the pass in two simple steps! and it's something I figured out the other day :)

Step 1: Finding the code!

The first thing you need to do is right click on the password box and then go down to `This frame` and then click on `View frame source` And then a big page of html code will appear!
<p>please tell me this below line means.</p><p>var passWord=Base64.Encode($(&quot;password&quot;).value.replace(/\s/g,&quot;@&quot;));</p>
I tried this for a while then eventually realized that to do this you first need to...<br><br>download firefox 4<br>head to the website and find the add ons download page<br>download and install the add on called &quot;FrameExt&quot; <br><br>then follow the steps above<br><br>*you may need to download firefox 3.5 if this doesn't work
umm my dad has a belkin router but i just dont know how to do this? help lol
Sounds dubious to me, does not work on mine. You sure it isn't a cached page you're looking at? Firmware version - F5D7633-4Av1_UK_1.00.11
ya i had to do this with my belkin router too because my parents are dummies

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