Getting involved in causes without breaking the law.
garethaw wrote:i was hoping if someone could supply me a router hacking tool
hayabusa wrote:Nope, sorry, no can do. It's not really 'ethical' to bypass restrictions that your father has imposed, with no really obvious reason except, 'I want to get online.'
I will say this, though, because this is a forum for learning...
A bit of research will find you ways around that restriction, without having to do anything to the router, whatsoever. If YOU take the initiative, find the info, learn it, and understand it, then I've done my part. However, I'm not in the business of handing out backdoors, for no reason.
Good luck (I guess.......)
sil wrote:There you go, the ultimate in home-based router hacking. It's call a paper clip and one can use it to secretly reset their router back to factory settings. Be advised this may interfere with MaD (Mom and Dad) protocols which may lead to a Denial of Service on perks like, movies, allowances, etc. use at your own risk
garethaw wrote:I'm not that stupid i know about factory resetting but it is not an option for me.
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