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During the pre-game coverage for NFL Super Bowl XLVIII, television news inadvertently broadcast the stadium's internal Wi-Fi login credentials.
According to Mobile Sports Report, the in-stadium Wi-Fi network at MetLife Stadium, built by Verizon, is free and open to customers of all carriers.
The credentials accidentally broadcast on TV were likely an internal set of Wi-Fi access credentials, possibly for staff, press or ticketing systems, said ZNet.
You can see the image here: http://www.geek.com/news/superbowl-wi-fi-password-broadcast-to-millions-of-tv-viewers-1583841/