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Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext?

On 4/24/19 8:13 AM, Benjamin Sisco wrote:
> The bigger concern should be the cleartext portion of the subject.  Thereâ??s ZERO reason to store or transmit any credentials (login, service, keys, etc.), in any location, in an unencrypted fashion regardless of their perceived value or purpose.  Unless you like risk.

That's looking at it from a technical perspective when it isn't a 
technical problem. People that buy "includes wifi" from their ISP often 
need extreme amounts of help with it, and thus the wifi credentials are 
stored and transmitted in plain text for tech support reasons.