Embedded Passwords: Dangerous by Default

December 3, 2010 No Comments

Devices ranging from home wireless routers to printers to major industrial systems often use hard-coded passwords and embedded credentials — built-in usernames and passwords that are sometimes publicly known. In some cases, admins close up these potential security holes by manually changing the credentials, but other times the step is overlooked. And in a few cases, it’s not even possible.

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