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What Is a Wlan PRE Set Key?

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A pre-set key is used in wireless internet devices like in computers and in a phone. It is also called a pre-shared key. It is an encrypted code or a password, which needs some form of activating in order to be used.
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In wireless technology, a pre-shared key or PSK is a shared secret which was previously shared between the two parties using some secure channel before it needs to be used.
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A Pre-Shared Key is a variation of Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) specification,
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You will just have to reset your router if you forgot it.
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It's the router password. Ask the person that secured the router what the password is.
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The key is in the router. Connect to the router (look in the router's documentation for the address) with a computer that's using it and look for the Wireless section.
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