Tigersecu is a manufacturer that sells the H.264 or H.265 Tigersecu DVR kits and cameras. It’s relatively cheap and easy to use. Sometimes these units are sold under other brand names, but the interface and settings look the same.
Did you forget the password of your Tigersecu DVR? In this guide, we will show you how to easily reset the lost password of a Tigersecu DVR. The steps are super easy and the password can be recovered in just a few minutes.
Tigersecu DVR uses a universal master password that you can enter and default the unit to factory settings. To reset, bring up the login screen, enter a username: admin and the master password 33801818. Using these credentials, you’ll be able to access your unit. Then you need to navigate to Main Menu > Maintenance Menu and click the Reset Default button.
The DVR will auto reboot and when it comes back online all the settings will be set to factory default including the password. From this point on, you can access the DVR by typing the default password which is 00000000 (eight zeros). Once you log in, modify the default password to one of your choices (create a strong one).
Tigersecu Default Password
For Tigersecu DVRs the default username is admin; the default password is 00000000 (eight zeros). To ensure your privacy, it’s recommended to change the password as soon as possible.
On the User page, you may set up multiple users. You may change the default username and password on this page. Click Edit to change the admin (default) password. You may create up to 10 users with passwords and assign rights such as local or remote control of the DVR. There are two sets of permissions as you can see on the screenshot: assign privileges for Local Control and assign privileges for Remote Control.
Additionally, there’s a reset configuration option on the Maintenance section that allows you to reset the configuration settings of the DVR. This means all the settings will go to factory default, but the footage and the password will not be reset. It’s a good option in case you need to start your setup from scratch.