Other network devices, such as routers and switches are protected by a password. System administrators seldom change the default password. A hacker can get the default passwords from the manufacture or on the WEB.
A Hackers single goal is to get a user login ID and password to an account or device on the network.
In addition to Desktops, Laptops, tablets, smart cellphones and other devices that a user may use to connect to a network, there are other devices that a network uses to support such connections such as Modems, Routers, Bridges, Switches, Hubs, Repeaters, Line Drivers, etc. Most, if not all, of these devices are protected by a password and or PIN number.
The manufacturer of network devices sets a default password to the device. The default password, in most cases, is never changed by the end user or administrator. A hacker could have an open invitation into the network, through the network device. The default passwords to these devices are published on the internet, and can be simply gotten.
When it comes to security innovation, we definitely ask why it might fail and then we fix it so that it will not fail.
Computer security is very vulnerable because:
passwords are too simple
passwords are not change frequently enough
passwords are not kept in safe places
LeVAULT brings you:
password auto generator
LeVAULT will isolate password management from the end users. LeVAULT will manage, automatically change and secure passwords.