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Has anyone else experienced this issue before? I have since set up my own WPA2 password myself.
I reset the router by holding the reset button on the back of it, and a rep. directed me to the website where I could set up my own.
My devices would not connect automatically, and then when I went into my Network settings on my TV, it displayed a different password than what was listed on my router. Is it possible that someone hacked into my router? Should I worry about my other personal accounts (Credit cards, online banking, etc.)?
My password also changed randomly today. The tech was able to help me set up a new password similar to what you described. I would be curious to know as well if I was hacked as well or the reason for the password randomly changing.