The WiFi SSID and password for the football World Cup security center has been discovered after a photograph of the nation’s federal police brass accidently captured the credentials which written on a white board in the background.
Israeli firm Risco runs the multi-million dollar centre, which allows security personnel to view live feeds from various cameras around the World Cup stadiums.
In the background of the pic, it is possible to read the SSID “WORLD CUP” and password “b5a2112014”, which is hacker speak for Brazil 2014
The picture has been re-Tweeted over 2,300 times.
It is likely the password has been changed now after such a blooper!
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