I'm using a NEC LaVie laptop computer from home, using Windows 7. I have the free Avast anti-virus program. In doing a routine scan, I noticed that it shows weak passwords for 2 routers, but I only have one.
The one displayed in a yellow bar is labeled as a "weak wireless network password" with a router called Hon Hai IP: 192.168.3.1 above it. Immediately under that yellow bar is a red one that says "weak or default password found".
Opening the yellow bar shows a description that begins "Your wifi network connection is secured with a weak or default password". It then gives me a link to change router settings and says the solution is to change the wifi passwoOpening the red bar shows a description that begins "We have found that your device uses a very weak or default password". It then gives me a link to change router settings and says the solution is to change the password to access this device.
What is the difference here?
When I click on the CHANGE ROUTER SETTINGS button inside either of these descriptions, an authentification window opens that says "EWMTA Configuration Web Server". It shows a username which I recognize, and a password that is masked. I click OK, but it pops back up again as if one or both of them is incorrect, but I don't know what to enter to fix that.
Can you assist me on this, too?
Thanks in advance.