Re: STOP. In the name of love.
>>Write the code on the access point. If someone has access to the AP, it's game over anyway.
>Not really. Sure they could factory-reset it, but then a) it'd be discovered quickly and b) would be
>of limited use (your reset would wipe the ISP details so no WAN connection). The admin is fairly
>well locked down and I haven't yet found a way to break it, so unlike a lot of crappy ISP-supplied
>ones, just visiting the admin page won't get you anywhere even if you are plugged in by cable.
Depends what they do with physical access - most routers will happily give you and ethernet connection without question. That might be the valuable thing. Or you could put in an ethernet/wireless bridge to which you can later connect at will.
If the issue is protecting the WiFi passcode then you are correct physical access isn't necessarily game over (although many devices have a physical button to let devices connect without auth for thirty seconds.)