My friend's Seagate GoFlex Satellite has mysteriously secured itself with WPA2 security when you try to connect to its wifi signal. It works fine when connected via USB, but you cannot store to it via the wifi signal without the password.
He states that he had been using it via wifi with no problems, until one day it asked him for a password.
There seems to be no way to backdoor into the signal, since the drive is not connected to the internet.
I have checked the Seagate website, as well as every tech blog I can find on the subject, and they do not have a default password or administrator password that I can use.
Does anyone know how I can get the wifi signal up and running again?
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