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The Minnesota Vikings have the same internet password as your parents

It’s that time of year in the NFL calendar where teams are releasing behind-the-scenes videos from their war rooms, and the decision making that went into the draft picks. This can often lead to some interesting discoveries — like how bad the Vikings’ internet security is.


This comes to us from the team’s video about picking J.J. McCarthy and Dallas Turner. You can freeze the video at 15:02 and double check, but yes — it’s the same WiFi password that your parents used ten years ago, but even they’re wise enough know to have a little more security.

Now, before you get all huffy and say “this is common for a guest password,” please keep in mind that the footage is from INSIDE THE VIKINGS WAR ROOM. This isn’t a public lobby or a meeting room, but one of the most closely-guarded areas during draft season. It’s not outside the realm of possibility to imagine someone cracking this basic-ass password and gaining access to all sorts of documents on the Vikings network. You know if this is their password then someone out there is keeping the big board in a shared folder.

Never change. Actually please change, but just your password. That really needs to be changed.



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