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Re: 3Com switches - undocumented access level.)
From: jonny () COE UFRJ BR (Joao Carlos Mendes Luis)
Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 16:59:56 -0300
#define quoting(Riku Meskanen)
// Q: Right, but how about SuperStack II Switch 1000, does it has
// undocumented access level?
// A: Yes, try username "monitor", with password "monitor".
Hey ! This is very well documented !
Users "monitor", "manager" and "security" are factory pre-existent,
with default passwords equal to the account name. It's user's
obligation to change all 3 passwords if he wants security.
AFAIK, this is valid for every SuperStack management module/equipment.
// Q: Is the SuperStack II Switch 3000 also affected, as it's basically
// same the same family line.
// A: Yes, try same username/password pair monitor/monitor.
// The tested system has version information.
Joao Carlos Mendes Luis jonny () gta ufrj br
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M.Sc. Student Electrical Engineering
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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