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Funny AF Wi-fi Names and Passwords


Modern life requires a lot of mental capacity to remember dozens of user IDs and passwords. You end up with random post-it notes you can’t seem to find. You’re constantly getting blocked from your own accounts because you can’t remember the genius string of letters and numbers that was so good you forgot it. 

So, why not have a little fun when you’re setting up your WiFi name and network password? Coming up with memorable names can help you recall your passwords, and hey, it’s cheaper than getting a personalized license plate (in fact it’s free!).

When researching off-the-beaten path WiFi names and passwords, we came up with some that are cheeky, irreverent, and some that even made us spit out our coffee. Here are the WiFi names with their corresponding passwords, for your amusement. 


  • NoWiFi4you (Elaine)
  • Desperate HouseWiFi (Wisteria)
  • WiFi Of Thanos (Titan)
  • Abraham Linksys (Gettysburg)
  • Wu Tang LAN (MethodMan)
  • The LAN Before Time (JourneyOfTheBrave)
  • 12C is the Loneliest Number (SellMySoulonEbay)
  • RIP Net Neutrality (JustKeepSwimmin)

For those literary types

  • For Whom the Belkin Tolls (thee)
  • To Be or Not to Be Connected (Shakespeare)
  • Alice in WonderLAN (Lewis Carroll)
  • Big Brother Is Watching (GeorgeOrwell)
  • Catcher in the Rye-Fi (HoldenAllCalls)
  • One Hundred Years of Dial-Up (GabrielGarciaMarquez)
  • As I Lay Streaming (WilliamFaulkner) 
  •  One Wi-Fi To Rule Them All (JRrTolkien)
  • Far From the Madding Crowdsourcing (Hardy)
  • Around the World in 80 Nanoseconds (JulesVerne)

For music, film, and TV buffs

  • Duke of URL (YeaYeaYea)
  • My Name is URL (hickey)
  • The Matrix (ThereIsNoSpoon)
  • The Blue Pill (Morpheus)
  • You’re Not In Kansas Anymore (TheresNoPlaceLikeHome)
  • The Oracle (Zion)
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Clementine) 

Science fiction vibe

  • One Wifi to Rule Them All (LOTR)
  • LANdalf (GreyPilgrim)
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (TheForce) 
  • Luke I am your WIFI (DarthV)

So basic it’s funny

  • The Internet (password123)

And the piece de resistance: a restaurant’s WiFi password in a small town in Maine: 


But seriously folks, getting hacked is no laughing matter. Any password with 123? No. Just, no. Password managers are essential to keep you safe online. If you don’t have one, read our latest on protecting your online passwords here.

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