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    Sky broadband default passwords - O or 0 ?

    This is a discussion on Sky broadband default passwords - O or 0 ? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; How do sky print the letter zero? I have default password letter sent with two capital O's or could it ...

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      Sky broadband default passwords - O or 0 ?

      How do sky print the letter zero? I have default password letter sent with two capital O's or could it be a zero? There is no line going through the O to indicate a zero, but is this how sky print them?

      Im finding a nightmare to change the password.


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      Re: Sky broadband default passwords - O or 0 ?

      why not test both O and 0 out and see which works.

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      Re: Sky broadband default passwords - O or 0 ?

      Well I always thought it was exactly as shown here:

      zero = 0
      letter O = O

      ie the letter is a perfect circle, but the number is a squashed circle (i'm sure there is a term for that, but more like a running track shape).

      Obviously, the smaller the font, the harder it is to differieniate.

     

     

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